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    Phlebitis

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    Phlebitis

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    Phlebitis


    What is phlebitis?


    Phlebitis, also called superficial venous thrombosis or superficial
    thrombophlebitis, is a blood clot that develops in a vein close to the
    surface of the skin. These types of blood clots do not usually travel to
    the lungs unless they move from the superficial system (just below the
    skin) into the deep venous system (deep vein thrombosis). However, phlebitis may cause pain and warrant treatment.

    When should I seek treatment for phlebitis?


    If phlebitis is causing pain or interfering with daily activities, you may decide to seek treatment.

    What are the treatment options for phlebitis?


    The long-term goals of treatment are to reduce symptoms and reduce
    the risk of complications. Your health care provider will recommend the
    treatment option that is right for you.

    The main goal of initial treatment is to control pain and
    inflammation. You will likely be prescribed pain medication and an
    anti-inflammatory medication such as ibuprofen. Rarely is
    anticoagulation with medications such as Coumadin or heparin warranted.
    Much of this process is self-limited, with complete resolution of
    symptoms within a few weeks.

    When is surgery necessary for phlebitis?


    Surgery may be necessary when phlebitis affects circulation and
    completion of everyday activities. It also may be necessary to prevent
    the condition from progressing into deep vein thrombosis or a pulmonary
    embolism. Surgical removal or stripping of the vein is rarely needed but
    may be recommended in some situations to treat superficial venous
    thrombosis or phlebitis.

    Surgical treatments are performed in the hospital or outpatient setting by a vascular surgeon.

    Ligation and stripping
    often are performed in combination. During surgery, the dilated vein is
    either removed or tied off through small skin incisions. Some surgical
    techniques include removing the saphenous vein, or closing the vein with
    a special catheter that applies radiofrequency, laser or thermal
    energy. In some cases, the vein can be removed during a minimally
    invasive surgical procedure called endoscopic vein removal.


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