The objectives of this paper are to obtain predictive factors in the recovery treatment of patients who have undergone surgery for deep venous thrombosis, as well as their ICF (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health) score in order to assess the need for further hospitalization or follow-up treatment at home.
192 patients that have been admitted with chronic venous insufficiency at the Clinic of Vascular Surgery of St. Spiridon Emergency Clinic Iasi during January-June 2019 were included in the study. We have analyzed the following variables: sex, urban/rural lifestyle, age, BMI (Body Mass Index) value, the incidence of various associated comorbidities, the surgical procedures as well as the ICF score. The information was collected in electronic format and further analyzed.
variables analyzed in this paper represent risk factors to be considered for the management of rehabilitation of these patients. We further raise the question whether the ICF score should be included in the criteria for the initiation of rehabilitation following chronic venous insufficiency surgery.