Inferior vena cava filters for acute PE and DVT - PulmCCM
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Apr 282012
 

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  2 Responses to “Inferior vena cava filters for acute PE and DVT”

  1. Any recommendations when to take one out
    Ie, a healthy 60 yo male with DVT from popliteal thru entire femoral into iliac vein with massive PE but no pulmonary hypertension. IVC placed to avoid further clot burden. Pt now 2 wks out stable on Coumadin but with recurrent DVT and positive factor V Leiden? Was put on Testosterone injections 3 mos prior

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