Updated: Aug 4
The Benefits of Achieving Robust Clot Resolution In VTE Patients While Balancing Lower Risk of Adverse Events
– Brian Tweddale, MD, Doylestown Hospital
The majority of VTE patients have traditionally been treated with anticoagulation alone. However, up to 50% of patients who present with lower extremity DVT develop post-thrombotic syndrome (PTS), despite being treated with anticoagulation therapy and compression therapy, while 35-50% of patients with PE who are treated with anticoagulation therapy go on to develop some form of functional limitation (Post PE syndrome).
Please click the image on the left to read the entire article from the American Venous Forum.