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Are there any occupations that may predispose a person to a higher degree (than the general population is otherwise) of forming blood clots?

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Dr. Mohammed Karim
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In brief: Yes

Job required prolong sitting (desk ) or standing (Traffic police, Military guard ) or extended travels (pilot, bus or truck driver) increases risk for blood clot especailly associated with other risk foactors such as smoking.
Blood clots associated with prolonged sitting in front of a computercalled “seated immobility thromboembolism” or “e-thrombosis”.

In brief: Yes

Job required prolong sitting (desk ) or standing (Traffic police, Military guard ) or extended travels (pilot, bus or truck driver) increases risk for blood clot especailly associated with other risk foactors such as smoking.
Blood clots associated with prolonged sitting in front of a computercalled “seated immobility thromboembolism” or “e-thrombosis”.
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