google-site-verification=-TSoUu-vM30Hk7LkU19btiWXMOBtDOxCccv_OHP0pFY Deep Vein Thrombus (DVT) | Treatment

A DVT can be treated with medications that thin the blood but do not dissolve the clot. Alternatively, a 'clot-busting' medication can be sprayed into the vein, and then the clot suctioned out with a special catheter. This is done using minimally invasive techniques. Mr Ling will discuss which treatment option is best suited for your particular circumstance.

CLEARANCE OF DVT

Minimally invasive surgery

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