Test of deep vein thrombophlebitis, Biology

Test of Deep vein Thrombophlebitis

  1. Place blood pressure cuff on unaffected calf and inflate until pain is elicited (usually greater than 150 mm Hg). 
  2. Place blood pressure cuff on affected calf and inflate until pain is elicited. 
  3. Cuff pressure tolerance will be markedly diminished with thrombophlebitis.
  4. Repeat measurements daily; this method can be used as a guide to the effectiveness of the patient's therapy.
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