What is
thrombosis?

Thrombosis refers to abnormal, life-threatening blood clots that form in the artery or vein. A clot in the vein (usually in the leg or pelvis) is known as a deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and a clot that breaks off and travels to

the lungs is known as a pulmonary embolism (PE). Together, DVT and PE make up venous thromboembolism (VTE).

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about
thrombosis ireland

Thrombosis Ireland aims to enable all people on anticoagulation therapy like Warfarin, Rivaroxaban, Apixaban, Dabigatran and Edoxaban to live the best possible lives.


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personal journeys

Thrombosis does not discriminate - it affects everyone in all walks of life. Read a few of our stories here.

“ In June 1995, when I was 30 years old, I had my Gall bladder removed. There were complications...”


- Ann Marie O'Neill

“My relationship with warfarin began in 1997, since then warfarin has been very much an important factor in my life.”

- Ann Marie McGeever

“When I was 19, it was my first year in college and I had a long term boyfriend. I debated contraceptives.”


- Maureen

“I developed a DVT
(Deep Vein Thrombosis) immediately after a long haul flight some six years ago.”

- Shay