Characteristic of the hemostasis indices in chronic venous insufficiency in stage of decompensation

Keywords: chronic venous insufficiency; hemostasis; varicothrombophlebitis

Abstract

Objective. To compare the hemostasis indices in patients, suffering chronic venous insufficiency (CHVI) in decompensation stage, owing or not the thrombotic complications.

Маterials and methods. The indices of hemostasis were studied up in 47 patients, suffering CHVI in decompensation stage, in whom the blood was obtained from central and regional blood flow. To Group I 27 patients were included, suffering CHVI in decompensation stage and complicated by an acute varicothrombophlebitis. To Group II (control) were included 20 patients, suffering CHVI in a decompensation stage without thrombotic complications.

Results. The indices of hemostasis of the regional blood flow of Group I and Group II differ significantly more, than the hemostasis indices of the central blood flow.

Conclusion. The changes in hemostasis in patients, suffering an acute varicothrombophlebitis, are predominantly of a local character.

Author Biographies

V. І. Rusyn, Uzhgorod National University

Rusyn Vasyl I. - MD, Doctor of Sci (Med), Professor,
Medical Faculty, Department of Surgical Diseases,
SHEI "Uzhgorod National University"
1 Narodna sq. 88000, Uzhgorod, Ukraine
+38 (0312) 61-24-36
kaf-surgery@uzhnu.edu.ua.
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4854-0228

V. V. Коrsak, Uzhgorod National University

Korsak Vyacheslav V. - MD, Doctor of Sci (Med), Professor,
Medical Faculty, Department of Surgical Diseases,
SHEI "Uzhgorod National University"
1 Narodna sq. 88000, Uzhgorod, Ukraine
+38 (0312) 61-24-36
vyacheslav_korsak@ukr.net
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4866-1882

О. М. Коchmar, Uzhgorod National University

Kochmar Olexandr M. - postgraduate student,
Medical Faculty, Department of Surgical Diseases,
SHEI "Uzhgorod National University"
1 Narodna sq. 88000, Uzhgorod, Ukraine
+38 (0312) 61-24-36
kochmaralexandr@gmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4040-7561

S. S. Каlynych, Uzhgorod National University

Kalynych Stepan S. - postgraduate student,
Medical Faculty, Department of Surgical Diseases,
SHEI "Uzhgorod National University"
1 Narodna sq. 88000, Uzhgorod, Ukraine
+38 (0312) 61-24-36
kalinichstepan@gmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0322-247X

О. Т. Devinyak, Uzhgorod National University

Devinyak Oleg T. - PhD, Docent (Assoc. prof.)
Medical Faculty, Chair of the department of pharmaceutical disciplines
SHEI "Uzhgorod National University
o.devinyak@gmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5696-7614

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Published
2018-07-26
How to Cite
RusynV. І., КоrsakV. V., КоchmarО. М., КаlynychS. S., & DevinyakО. Т. (2018). Characteristic of the hemostasis indices in chronic venous insufficiency in stage of decompensation. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, 85(7), 47-50. https://doi.org/10.26779/2522-1396.2018.07.47
Section
General Problems of Surgery