A contributory factor to 1 in 4 deaths worldwide, thrombosis is often the underlying cause of cardiovascular disorders including heart attacks, thromboembolic strokes and venous thromboembolisms1.
Despite both worrying statistics and the unpredictable nature of the disease, there is real hope for patients. Thrombosis, also known as clots, are largely preventable with the right treatments that address the different pathways of clot formation. By enrolling patients on a course of effective treatment, the risk of patients suffering from thrombosis and therefore major cardiovascular disorders can be significantly reduced.
Atrial Fibrillation – Check your Pulse
Trudie Lobban MBE on the importance of taking your pulse