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Varicose Veins: Complications, Treatment and Prevention

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Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, blue-in-colour blood vessels under the skin. They most commonly occur in the legs and feet.

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Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, blue-in-colour blood vessels under the skin. They most commonly occur in the legs and feet.

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Gurpreet Kaur
08 Feb 2020
Good to read
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Laura sullivan
22 Feb 2020
Great information
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Meghan Ward
20 Jul 2020
Very clear and helpful.
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Mary Boylett
16 Apr 2020
Informative
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Siying Ren
02 Mar 2020
This topic has explained what is the varicose veins and the factors that causing varicose veins. Also through this resource, we can learn more about the measures how to prevent potential varicose veins and may help professionals to educate patients and provide quality of care to them. For nurses, it is also good health information for them to look as nurses are the high risks of people who always standing for long period especially in a busy working environment.
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Melissa Bain
19 Jan 2020
I found this to be enjoying to read and very informative.
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Sharon Tomlinson
19 May 2020
A very brief and to the point article on varicose veins, the causing factors, complications, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and various treatments.
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Jayne purser
24 Feb 2020
Good over view as to why patients seek treatment, what types of treatment are available and the symptoms caused by vv.
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Godfrey TUITAMA
20 Jun 2020
Good quick article
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Kiljinder kaur
18 Jan 2020
I enjoyed learning this article
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