New therapeutic approaches in pulmonary embolism.


Pulmonary embolism as a part of venous thromboembolic disease has a broad spectrum of clinical presentations from minimal disease to life-threatening right heart failure. Therapy has to be guided by the risk associated with the individual clinical state of the patient. As long as hemodynamics are entirely stable, anticoagulation is given in order to prevent… (More)

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