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Venous Thromboembolism

Treatment of cancer-associated thrombosis: What’s the priority for patients?

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In this episode, Dr Mari Thomas and Professor Jan Beyer-Westendorf discuss practical considerations for how physicians should take patient preference into account when deciding on an anticoagulant for the treatment of cancer-associated thrombosis.

 

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Seeing the Bigger Picture in Cancer-Associated Thrombosis

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In this episode, Dr Alok Khorana talks about the evolution of treatment for patients with cancer-associated thrombosis, Dr Ander Cohen discusses the importance of treatment satisfaction in these patients and Dr Jeff Weitz and Dr Jan Beyer-Westendorf discuss the management of a patient with colorectal cancer and incidental pulmonary embolism.

 

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Extended Treatment for VTE: Tailoring Anticoagulation to your Patient’s Needs

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In this episode, Professor Stavros Konstantinides talks about the prevention of recurrent events in patients with venous thromboembolism, Dr Phil Wells explains the pooled analysis of EINSTEIN EXT and EINSTEIN CHOICE and what it tells us about which patients are suitable for extended anticoagulation and Dr Jeff Weitz and Dr Jan Beyer-Westendorf discuss whether a patient treated for pulmonary embolism would be a candidate for extended anticoagulation.


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Pulmonary Embolism: When Is it Safe to Treat Patients at Home?

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In this episode, Professor Stavros Konstantinides talks about identifying patients with pulmonary embolism who may be candidates for home treatment, Dr David Jimenez explains the results of the HoT-PE study, and Dr Jeff Weitz and Dr Jan Beyer-Westendorf discuss whether a patient with pulmonary embolism could be treated as an outpatient.

 

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