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lunes, 19 de junio de 2017

Submassive PE

TAMING THE SRU

Taming The SRU - June 15, 2017

"Last week our Journal Club focused on the treatment of hemodynamically significant pulmonary emboli. These are pulmonary emboli causing either frank hypotension (sometimes called massive or high risk PEs) or causing significant right heart strain as evidenced by CT findings, cardiac biomarker elevation, or bedside Echo findings. Drs. Grace Lagasse, Kari Gorder, and Claire O'Brien led us in a discussion of the 3 papers linked and explained below. Read the papers yourself, listen to the podcast, read the summaries and get caught up on all things PE..."