Susana Vieira is hospitalized in CTI
The actress Susana Vieira was hospitalized, this Sunday, at the Hospital Vitória, Rio de Janeiro of January. The cause of hospitalization is due to a thrombosis in the leg.
Susana had recently returned from a vacation trip to Miami and faced a strong temperature change after enjoying sunny days on the spot. Upon returning to Brazil, the flight of the actress took longer than expected. Upon arriving in Brazil, Suzana felt a severe pain in her leg. And when she went to the hospital she was diagnosed with thrombosis.
On Monday (18), the actress used Instagram to reassure the fans. My heart is that you can not take the love I received from you today ... I will not be able to respond to everyone because there have been many messages, but I want to register my gratitude for so many beautiful and loving messages. all and say that I'm in the hospital as a safety procedure and to recover faster, but very soon I'll be home, God willing! "
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is the formation of a blood clot in one or more localized veins of the lower body, usually in the legs.
Thrombosis occurs when a blood clot forms in one or more large veins of the legs and thighs. This clot blocks the flow of blood and causes swelling and pain in the area. The biggest problem is when a clot loosens and moves in the bloodstream, in a process called an embolism. An embolism can be stuck in the brain, lungs, heart, or other area, leading to serious injury.
Staying seated for a long time, especially when driving or in an airplane may be one of the causes of thrombosis. When the legs stay in the same position for a long time, the calf muscles do not constrict, which makes it harder for blood circulation.
In a statement to Folha de S. Paulo newspaper, the actress said that she is well and that soon she will be in home. So far there is no prediction of when Suzana Vieira will be discharged.
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