People who are prone to thrombosis:
1. People with high blood pressure. Special caution should be exercised in patients with previous vascular events, hypertension, dyslipidemia, hypercoagulability, and homocysteinemia. Among them, high blood pressure will increase the resistance of small blood vessel smooth muscle, damage the vascular endothelium, and increase the chance of thrombosis.
2. Genetic population. Including age, gender and some specific genetic characteristics, current research has found that heredity is the most important factor.
3. People with obesity and diabetes. Diabetic patients have a variety of high-risk factors that promote arterial thrombosis, which may lead to abnormal energy metabolism of vascular endothelium and damage blood vessels.
4. People with unhealthy lifestyles. These include smoking, unhealthy diet and lack of exercise. Among them, smoking can cause vasospasm, leading to vascular endothelial damage.
5. People who do not move for a long time. Bed rest and prolonged immobility are important risk factors for venous thrombosis. Teachers, drivers, salespersons and other people who need to keep a still posture for a long time are relatively at risk.
To determine whether you have a thrombotic disease, the best way to check is to do color ultrasound or angiography. These two methods are very important for the diagnosis of intravascular thrombosis and the severity of some diseases. value. Especially in recent years, the application of angiography can detect relatively small thrombus. Another method is surgical intervention, and the possibility of injecting contrast medium to detect thrombus is also more convenient.