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What are the symptoms of venous thrombosis in obstetrics and gynecology?

Symptoms of venous thrombosis of obstetrics and gynecology usually include dyspnea, hypotension, chest tightness, chest pain, panic, cough, hemoptysis and syncope.

The symptoms of venous thrombosis of obstetrics and gynecology usually depend on the position of venous thrombosis.The common parts of venous thrombosis are the veins of the lower limbs, the veins of the upper limb, the internal organs of the abdomen, and the pulmonary artery.Thrombus refers to the formation of venous thrombosis of the lower limbs.The most common parts of lower limb vein thrombosis include shallow thrombosis and deep venous thrombosis.Deep vein thrombosis is a serious complication of patients with obstetrics and gynecology.If pulmonary embolism occurs, it will endanger the life of the patient.The clinical manifestation is acute, often happening in a long period of time, suddenly getting up or toilet.The clinical symptoms are obvious and the positive body signs less.Common symptoms: sudden breathing, dying, dying, hairpin, right heart failure, hypotension, humid limb; chest pain, chest tightness, panic, cough, hemoptysis or pink or mixture.When shallow thrombosis, when shallow vein thrombosis occurs, the accumulated vein has local inflammatory manifestations, such as red, swelling, pain, and heat.Check whether the vein can be exposed to the relatively soft rope.After the surface inflammation faded, the spinal cord hardships.Symatic thrombosis venousitis is mild, with obvious local symptoms, and obvious pain and tenderness.Pain is relieved or disappeared within 2 to 4 weeks.According to the medical history and examination, the diagnosis is not difficult.

Prevention: Prevention of venous thrombosis after gynecological surgery.Ask the medical history in detail before surgery to understand whether there is an individual or family medical history formed by venous thrombosis and other risk factors that induce thrombosis.Correct anemia and dehydration, control heart disease and diabetes, and stop taking oral contraceptives at 3 to 4 weeks before surgery.During the operation, pay attention to the patient’s lower limbs and avoid compression, especially those who have undergone bladder stone removal.Surgery should be mild to reduce tissue injury and stimulation of pelvic blood vessels.Keep hydrolysis and electrolyte balance during the operation, correct the dehydration in time, and encourage patients to turn over frequently, do the bottom flexion and extension exercise, and get up early.If the patient is unwell after surgery, check it carefully to alert the early symptoms of deep vein thrombosis in the legs.For intravenous infusion to avoid input drugs that stimulate intravenous veins, patients with long -term infusion should pay attention to sterile treatment at the puncture site.

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