Effect of sequential pneumatic compression therapy on venous blood velocity, refilling time, pain and quality of life in women with varicose veins: a randomized control study

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[Purpose] The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of sequential pneumatic compression therapy on venous blood flow, refilling time, pain level, and quality of life in women with varicose veins. [Subjects and Methods] Twenty-eight females with varicose veins were selected and randomly allocated to a control group, and experimental group. Maximum… (More)
DOI: 10.1589/jpts.28.1981

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@inproceedings{Yamany2016EffectOS, title={Effect of sequential pneumatic compression therapy on venous blood velocity, refilling time, pain and quality of life in women with varicose veins: a randomized control study}, author={Abeer Abd elrahman M. Yamany and Bassant Hamdy}, booktitle={Journal of physical therapy science}, year={2016} }