The Contribution of Nutrition in Compression Therapy for Chronic Venous Disease

  • Hendro Sudjono Yuwono Vascular Surgeon, Universitas Padjadjaran (jalan Prof.Eijkman, no.38, Bandung 40161 Indonesia
  • Dedy Pratama Bandung, Indonesia
Keywords: compression therapy, chronic venous disease, venous ulcer, venotonic

Abstract

Compression therapy is an essential step for the treatment of chronic venous disease (CVD). It is a mechanical treatment against the venous wall's persistent pathological change and the CVD created by inner metabolic substances that damage the wall and valves. The damage is possible to prevent using flavonoid drug and daily nutrition intake, which support the mechanical therapy positively.

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Published
2020-06-30
How to Cite
Yuwono, H. S., & Pratama, D. (2020). The Contribution of Nutrition in Compression Therapy for Chronic Venous Disease. Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Imaging, 7(3), 09-12. https://doi.org/10.14738/jbemi.73.8493