Lower-limb varicose veins (VVs) are common and known to have a higher prevalence among people who work in occupations requiring prolonged standing.
Factors significantly associated with venous reflux include aging and prolonged working hours (≥ 4 hours) in a standing position, even after risk adjustment for sociodemographic factors.
This study is significant in that an objective diagnosis of VVs preceded the analysis of the risk factors for VV incidence, thus verifying objectively that VVs are associated with occupations requiring prolonged hours of working in a standing position.
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