A lot of controversial issues are there involved in the practices for the prevention of deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis at the time of getting through a laparoscopic procedure. Many guidelines have been intended in order to help the surgeons involved in taking necessary decisions about deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis.
Many examples are there for procedures to be performed. The philosophy behind this thinking is that a patient should be given deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis only when there is no risk of that patient getting stuck with VTE disease. Specific procedure should be there for determining the kind of treatment required to deal with ever changing and different clinical procedures.
Recommendations for the kind of procedure for a patient depend a lot on the evidences or medical condition of an individual. The available evidence plays an important role in determining the kind of surgery required for it. However, data only exists for procedures that are open. Data will be adapted based on the open surgical procedure.
Few guidelines are there that every surgeon should intend within him in order to perform a surgery. A lot of experts have made their best efforts on the basis of available data to describe the level of clinical practice required for performing the procedure. Controversies with the deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis have been the most common problem over the years. Continue reading “Deep Vein Thrombosis Prophylaxis”