In this article, learn more about Nutrition In Hematoma. Nutrition in hematoma.
A hematoma is a liquid or clotted blood in the human body that has accumulated in a cavity due to the rupture of blood vessels.
Hematomas are usually the result of internal bleeding caused by a blow, injury, pinching or other type of trauma.
They can also be the result of some diseases such as: hemophilia, thrombocytopenia, cirrhosis of the liver, lupus (lupus). Also a consequence of taking certain medications (anticoagulants and aspirin). Other causes of hematoma formation are: sepsis, starvation, folic acid deficiency, vitamins B12, C and K.
To prevent the development of a hematoma, it is necessary for the body to receive enough nutrients, especially the above-mentioned vitamins C, B12, K and folic acid. Their deficiency can lead to blood clotting, which in turn can be a prerequisite for bleeding.
The menu should be rich in fruits and vegetables, cereals and legumes, dairy products, fish (preferably river, not fatty seafood), meat (preferably homemade and emphasize the bird).
They all affect the composition of the blood and can stimulate the formation of a hematoma.
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