Are women more likely to get varicose veins?
Around half of the female population develops varicose veins in legs during their lifetimes. Let's know...Read More
Do’s And Don'ts For Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are twisted and enlarged veins that usually occur in the legs or feet. People usually...Read More
Diabetes and Amputation
Regular foot care and managing diabetes can help prevent foot ulcers or sores that may need an amputation.Read More
How Does Amputation Affect Survival?
Amputation is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of part of the body, such as arm or leg (foot, or toes from the body).Read More
How does diabetes cause thrombosis?
Before answering this question, let’s understand a bit about diabetes and thrombosis. Diabetes is a metabolic disease thatRead More
How does smoking cause peripheral vascular disease?
Smoking is injurious to health. But most people associate the harmful effect of smoking only on the lungsRead More
What Is Peripheral Vascular Disease?
Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a blood circulation disorder in which the blood vessels (arteries or veins)Read More
Vascular Diseases Awareness
Vascular diseases affect about 42 million patients every year, and over six million cases result in deathRead More
What is Ischemia?
Ischemia is a condition where blood vessels become blocked, and blood flow to the area is stopped or reducedRead More