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What are the Risks Associated with an IVC Filter?
IVC filters are umbrella or cone-shaped devices inserted into a deep vein to prevent blood clots from moving toward important organs in the body. The filter blocks the clot until the body can break it down, eliminating the risk for potentially fatal conditions like pulmonary embolism. Though many people have found the filters to be effective, there are also those who have opted for filter placement only to find it was a mistake. Before you commit to an IVC filter, it is important you understand the risks involved and determine if the benefits are worth it.

What are the Risks of Using an IVC Filter?
Risks are divided into two categories: those that occur during and immediately after the filter placement procedure, and those that are a problem once the filter is in place and the patient has returned to his or her normal routine. Both categories of complications require medical attention and both can be deadly if not treated.

The placement procedure for an IVC filter is relatively simple. Most people are out of the hospital within 24 hours, if not sooner, and most are able to return to their usual routine within a few days. The recovery period is longer if complications occur, which can include an allergic reaction to anesthetic or x-ray dye, excessive bleeding, or vein perforation or other damage. Patients will also need to watch for signs of infection at the insertion site once they are home and recovering.

There is also risk involved once an IVC filter is in place. In some cases, the device caused the exact problem it was there to manage and patients form blood clots as a result of using the filter. It is also possible for IVC filters to shift or migrate during surgery, which requires a follow-up procedure to capture and reposition the device. The device might also break and pieces of it will move to other parts of the body.

In some cases, IVC filters are ineffective and blood clots bypass the device. No medical device is 100% effective and IVC filters do significantly reduce the risk for clots reaching other parts of the body, but patients should have reasonable expectations and weigh the risks with the rewards.

If your doctor has recommended an IVC filter as a treatment option for deep vein thrombosis and the potential complications, make sure you research your options, understand your risks, and if necessary, seek a second opinion.

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