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September 26th, 2010

Podcast 102: Short compression stockings would seem to have no further role clinically.

Prof. Martin Dennis chats with us about his latest trial, comparing the utility of thigh- versus below-knee-length stockings for patients immobilized after stroke. The latest results show the superiority of thigh-length stockings, but at the further risk of skin breaks in these vulnerable patients. Taken together with the results of his earlier work, at the […]


May 29th, 2009

Podcast 45: Prof. Martin Dennis discusses new findings discouraging the use of compression stockings after stroke

Compression stockings, widely used to prevent DVT in patients after stroke, don’t work, according to new research published in Lancet. We’ve got the principal investigator, Martin Dennis of the University of Edinburgh, to talk with about this. For your part, if you have someone you’d enjoy hearing talk about a bit of research or anything […]


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