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The INSPIRATION Trial: Intermediate Dose Anticoagulation in Critically Ill Patients with COVID-19

Background: COVID-19 infection increases the risk of thrombosis due to multiple factors.(Rico-Mesa, 2020). Over the last 2 years, researchers have published 12 RCTs investigating various anticoagulation strategies among patients diagnosed with COVID-19 in multiple clinical settings. To date, only a multiplatform …

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CardiovascularHematology and OncologyInfectious DiseaseThoracic and Respiratory

The Pragmatic Combination of YEARS Score and Age-Adjusted D-Dimer

Background: The optimal approach to risk stratifying patients for pulmonary embolism (PE) remains elusive. Multiple decision instruments are available with varying degrees of complexity and acceptance among emergency medicine clinicians (Wells, Geneva, PERC, YEARS, age-adjusted D-dimer). The 2018 ACEP clinical …

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CardiovascularHematology and OncologyThoracic and Respiratory

The HEP-COVID Trial: Therapeutic Anticoagulation in Non-Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients

Background: Patients with COVID-19 are at increased risk from thromboembolic phenomena. Patient-specific factors such as comorbidities and immobility have been linked to thrombosis. Disease-specific factors such as virus-induced endothelial changes and cytokine storm may also be triggers. Furthermore, patients with elevated …

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Hematology and OncologyInfectious DiseaseThoracic and Respiratory

Rebellion21: Not Your Gallbladder – Clutch US Diagnoses in RUQ Pain via Jennifer Carnell, MD

In this 17-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Jennifer Carnell, MD demonstrates how ultrasound can be used to make a diversity of diagnoses in patients with right upper quadrant pain beyond ultrasound’s expected use in the diagnosis of …

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Abdominal and GastroinstestinalCardiovascularInfectious DiseaseThoracic and Respiratory

PEGeD Study – Is It Safe to Adjust the D-Dimer Threshold for Clinical Probability?

Background: The clinical diagnosis of pulmonary embolism (PE) can be challenging given its variable presentation, thus requiring dependence on objective testing. decision instruments such as PERC and the Wells’ score help stratify patients to low or high probability, enabling focused …

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