Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis
January 2016


  • New practical guidance developed by 58 leading international experts
  • Essential for every healthcare provider who treats patients with DVT & PE
  • Free Open Access to all manuscripts
Comprehensive expert guidance covering:
  • Initiation and duration of treatment
  • Managing the DOACs
  • Peri-procedural management
  • Managing bleeding and drug reversal
  • Treating cancer-associated thrombosis
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  • 12-minute presentations by leading VTE experts
  • Provide an overview of practical approaches for treating patients with VTE
  • Easy to access format - can be viewed from home, at the office or on the go
  • Downloadable flyer with discussion points to help share the resource

Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism: Changing the Standard of Care

Dr. Elaine Hylek

Boston University


In less than 12 minutes, you will have a thorough overview of the evolving standards of care for VTE management and practical considerations for appropriate selection of anticoagulant therapy.

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Managing the DOACs

Dr. David Garcia

University of Washington


DOACs give practitioners new options for treatment of DVT and PE and come with many benefits over long-standing warfarin protocols. Although they are more convenient in many ways, DOACs still require careful considerations and management.

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DOAC Therapy Can Be Reversed

Dr. John Eikelboom

McMaster University


Anticoagulants are life-saving, but come with the risk of hemorrhaging. However, reversal agents for DOACs do exist - and more are on the horizon.

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