Relevant Research

Thursday, 08/25/2016

Researchers in the Netherlands conducted a noninferiority trial of compression stocking use in 518 patients who had adhered to compression stocking therapy and had not developed post-thrombotic syndrome during 1 year after experiencing proximal lower-extremity DVT. Half of the participants were told to stop wearing compression stockings at 1 year, and the other half were told to continue therapy for another year. Read more.

Thursday, 08/25/2016

In patients with intermittent leg claudication, revascularization may lead to greater gains in function, symptoms, and quality of life than medical therapy. The findings appear in JAMA Surgery