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Questions about IVC filters
Patients whose healthcare providers recommend the placement of a filtration device within their inferior vena cava (IVC) often have many questions about the procedure.
What is the inferior vena cava (IVC)? The inferior vena cava is one of the largest veins in the human body. It takes blood that has delivered oxygen to the lower limbs and brings it back to the heart and lungs. Here the blood receives more oxygen and the cycle continues.
What is a filter for an IVC? Known as the IVC filter, this small device is usually made from stainless steel or a titanium based metal. It is cone-shaped, with the wider portion having strands that branch out towards the interior lining of the vein. There are two basic types of IVC filters: permanent and removable. The designs are very similar.

How does an IVC filter work? The filter is designed to prevent blood clots from travelling from the lower limbs, often originating as deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and making their way to the lungs. Blood that is thin enough continues through the filter.
Who is the best candidate for the filter? Generally the filter is recommended for those patients who have strong risks for DVT, a history of pulmonary embolism (PE), or those patients who are at risk but unable to take medications used for blood thinning.

How is an IVC filter implanted? The implantation of an IVC filter occurs during a minimally invasive procedure. For some patients this is a same-day procedure, and for others it requires an overnight stay in the hospital (or is perhaps in conjunction with another medical procedure). The patient is lightly sedated in most cases, and the site where the catheter is implanted is numbed. Doctors use either a major vein in the groin or the neck.

Through the catheter the filter is guided, assisted by contrast solution enhanced imaging.
Where is an IVC filter implanted? The goal of the procedure is to implant the IVC filter within the inferior vena cava, within the abdominal area below the kidneys. This offers an accurate stopping point for clots before the blood circulates to the pulmonary system.
What are the possible complications? The risks associated with IVC filter implantation and use are relatively low. They include reactions that are complications associated with any surgical procedure, including infection and an allergic reaction to the anesthesia or contrast dye. Other complications directly associated with the filter include thrombosis at the site of the filter which prevents blood flow at the site, a break in the filter which can lead to clots passing through or a broken portion moving in the circulatory system, or movement of the actual filter which can be a life-threatening occurrence.

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