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Circulatory diseases

Most of our veins contain valves that help the blood to always follow in the same direction, preventing its return, even when it is against the natural course of gravity. For example, the blood in the veins of the legs always runs against gravity; thanks to the valves it manages to climb without stopping its journey. When the veins get sick and their valves stop working, varicose veins appear that are tortuous veins in which the blood becomes congested. Unlike the veins of the rest of the body, the hemorrhoid veins do not have valves to prevent the stagnation of blood. Therefore, any increase in pressure in those veins, causes congestion. Hemorrhoids are like varicose veins or inflammation of the veins in the rectum and anus. As in any varicose vein, stopped blood increases the risk of thrombosis and inflammation of the veins. Chronic venous insufficiency affects 10% of the adult population of civilized countries. On the other hand, ulcers of venous origin have a high incidence of cases per year. Currently it is considered that 0.1 to 0.3% of the world population has an open ulcer and approximately 1 to 3% have venous diseases, have an open ulcer healed at some point in their lives, both tables are an important socioeconomic impact. Due to the factors that contribute to its appearance, they can be of hereditary origin, pregnancy, obesity, people who spend a lot of time sitting or standing, willingness to heat, among others. Venous diseases can affect both men and women. Due to the incidences of this type of disease and to provide a better well-being to humanity, PHARMA BioMolecular Innovation through its scientific research department, are in search of solutions to alleviate and cure the different diseases related to the circulatory system, developing an innovative product called VENUM, providing beneficial and positive results to combat the different causes of diseases within the system. VENUM your ideal phlebotomic alternative. Lic. Byron Castillo Circulatory Line Manager. [:]

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