Deep Vein Thrombosis

Background: A Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein of the body. The deep veins in the legs, thighs, and hips are the most common sites for DVT. A DVT can also occur in a deep vein within your arms. The clot prevents the normal flow of blood in the vein. The blood backs up and causes pain and swelling. The DVT can break into smaller pieces and travel to your lungs and cause a blockage called a pulmonary embolism (PE). A PE can become life-threatening.

Model: Autologous blood clot induced DVT of lower extremity

Standard study duration: 2 weeks

Clinical endpoint: US, EKG, CECT…

Features: Mimics spontaneous DVT in human, chronic disease complication, interventional techniques…

Status: Open for Co-development

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