Blood clotting is a normal mechanism in the body that allows blood cells and fibrin particles (a naturally occurring material contained in the body that adapts in response to injury) to rapidly form a solid ‘clump’ of matter that acts to stop the flow of blood after a blood vessel has been damaged by injury, trauma, or non-traumatic causes. A blood clot can eventually form a protective scab over a damaged blood vessel, allowing it to heal on its own. Without this built-in mechanism to form clots, any human being would die because the body would be unable to heal even minor wounds. Many patients who develop blood clots are unaware that such a complication may occur during their treatment.To get more information visit
In fact, according to one study, only half of patients at risk of blood clots receive medication to help them prevent them. This is particularly surprising considering the ease with which preventative care can be introduced. Compression stockings can aid circulation while also preventing clotting. A blood thinner can also help keep blood circulating freely and clot-free. Even simple walking can help people prevent harmful blood clots, so get out of bed and move around as much as possible after your hospital procedure. When the effects of a blood clot going unnoticed can be so severe, it’s surprising that medical professionals pay so little attention to them. Although topics like infection prevention and control are frequently discussed, clot prevention has received less systematic attention. In order to adequately protect patients, hospital procedures must be changed, and medical professionals’ negligent behaviour must be handled. If you have experienced a blood clot as a consequence of a hospital stay, or if you know anyone who has been hurt or killed by a preventable blood clot, you should consider bringing a malpractice claim, as you might be entitled to reimbursement.