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Together, we can reduce HA-VTE

Check out evidence, best practices and a community of other clinicians to reduce HA-VTE.

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VTE prevention guidelines

by Wynne Parry
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See the ins and outs of IPC

by Melody Wilding

Pregnant women, the risk of a blood clot is 4–5x

by Jackie Haigney

Many people don’t realize the increased blood clot risk during pregnancy. Be sure you know the facts.

1 in 1000 pregnant women will have a blood clot

by Jackie Haigney

VTE awareness is important both during pregnancy and after delivery. To help decrease VTE incidence rates, several major health organizations have published treatment guidelines.

You are 4-5x more likely to have a blood clot if pregnant

by Jackie Haigney

For pregnant women, increased VTE risk makes assessment and preventative prophylaxis even more important.

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Ginger Pierson, PhD, RN, CCRN, CCNS, FCNS.

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Support the fight against VTE’s on World Thrombosis Day

by Pantep Angchaisuksiri, MD and Beverly Hunt, MD, OBE

On October 13, join us in proud support of World Thrombosis Day, a year-long campaign that focuses attention on thrombosis education.

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Recent trial questions effectiveness of IPC in ICU

by Jordan Rosenfeld

The PREVENT trial, published by NEJM, has led study authors to question the use of dual modality.

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Just how far do patients need to walk?

by Laura Mueller

Common misconceptions that can lead to higher VTE rates.

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Influencing patients to take action

by Marijke Vroomen Durning

Getting through to patients and families can sometimes be a matter of life or death, when it comes to VTE prevention.

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How to make VTE a priority among nursing staff

by Laura Mueller

Failing to prioritize VTE prevention leads to high rates of preventable events.

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