Venous Thromboembolism

Published: May 2022
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  • Key Points
  • Key Action Statements
  • Tables 
    • Padua Prediction Score
    • Khorana Risk Score
    • Wells Criteria for the Prediction of Deep Vein Thrombosis
    • The Revised Geneva Clinical Prediction Rule
    • Current Anticoagulation Options for VTE Treatment and Prevention
    • Long Term Medical Management of Venous Thromboembolism
    • Risk Factors of Increased Bleeding
    • Definition of Hemodynamic Instability
    • HAS-BLED Score
    • Classification of PE and Risk of Early (in-hospital or 30 Day) Death
    • Risk of Recurrent VTE 
  • Figures
    • Actions for a Suspected UE or LE Deep Vein Thrombosis
    • Constans Criteria
    • Mobilization with an Acute UE or LE DVT Based on Anticoagulant and Time Since Administration
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