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Pregnant Patients with Deep Venous Thrombosis: Management and the Incidence of Thrombophilic Risk Factors

Goal: There is absence of information about anticoagulant treatment in pregnancy and an adequate aide for their utilization is taking into account case arrangement and the conclusion of researchers. 290 more words

Anesthetic Monitoring

Screening for Occult Cancer in Unprovoked Venous Thromboembolism

Shayne Kreutzer, PharmD Candidate 2016, Mercer University College of Pharmacy

According to the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) occult primary tumors, or cancer of unknown primary (CUPs), are defined as histologically proven metastatic malignant tumors whose primary site cannot be identified during pretreatment evaluation. 670 more words

Guard Agains Varicose Veins and DVT

June is Men’s Health Month.  It is the goal of Support hose store to heighten the awareness of preventable leg health problems for men and to encourage men to wear their support socks to prevent leg health problems. 514 more words

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Further evidence of the mental health impact of VTE

Research announced today from the EuroHeartCare 2015 conference provides further evidence of the emotional impact of blood clots (VTE)  

The research is the first to review the mental health prognosis of young people with VTE. 131 more words

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Blood-Vessel Anomaly Boosts DVT Risk after ACL Reconstruction

The overall rate of symptomatic lower-extremity deep vein thrombosis (DVT) following arthroscopic ACL procedures is reported to be <0.3%, and guidelines from the American College of Chest Physicians recommend against DVT prophylaxis prior to arthroscopic knee surgery, unless a patient has risk factors for blood clots. 344 more words

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What is an embolism? 4 Things that you should know.

You may have heard warnings about embolisms or known friends or family members who have suffered an embolism only to wonder: what exactly IS an embolism and can I prevent it from happening to me? 530 more words

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Arthritis, illness and me - Day 4 of my 500 word challenge.

This week has been one of those weeks where I have been in a lot of pain and tired,  I started the week off early on Monday morning at the Doctors for blood tests and one to see if I have inflammatory arthritis or polymyalgia, as I have been in dreadful pain this past couple of weeks,  a lot more than normal.   694 more words

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