Thrombose veineuse profonde aiguë: Place de la thrombolyse

  title={Thrombose veineuse profonde aigu{\"e}: Place de la thrombolyse},
  author={Jean Marc Pern{\`e}s},
  journal={Journal Des Maladies Vasculaires},
  • J. Pernès
  • Published 1 December 2011
  • Medicine
  • Journal Des Maladies Vasculaires


Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for the Treatment of Acute Iliofemoral Deep Venous Thombosis
Catheter-directed thrombolysis is the preferred treatment for symptomatic iliofemoral DVT and a successful outcome can be anticipated in 80-85% of patients, with a significant improvement in quality of life when compared with standard anticoagulation.
Catheter-directed lysis of iliofemoral vein thrombosis with use of rt-PA
Catheter thrombolysis of iliofemoral vein thrombosis revealed many anatomical abnormalities which may predispose to thromBosis and are often amenable to stenting.
Effectiveness of compression stockings to prevent the post-thrombotic syndrome (The SOX Trial and Bio-SOX biomarker substudy): a randomized controlled trial
The SOX Trial will be the largest study and the first with a placebo control to evaluate the effectiveness of ECS to prevent post thrombotic syndrome (PTS), and will impact directly on the care of patients with DVT.
Comparison of urokinase, alteplase, and reteplase for catheter-directed thrombolysis of deep venous thrombosis.
Catheter-directed thrombolysis for the treatment of DVT is safe and effective, regardless of the agent used, however, the new recombinant agents are significantly less expensive than urokinase.
Catheter-directed thrombolysis for iliofemoral venous thrombosis.
It is hoped that endovascular techniques for iliofemoral DVT will significantly reduce the immediate and long-term complications commonly associated with this difficult and often misunderstood clinical problem.
Early results of thrombolysis vs anticoagulation in iliofemoral venous thrombosis. A randomised clinical trial.
  • M. Elsharawy, E. Elzayat
  • Medicine
    European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery : the official journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery
  • 2002
Patients treated with catheter directed thrombolysis obtained better patency and competence than those treated with standard anticoagulation in patients with iliofemoral DVT.
Thrombolysis for acute deep vein thrombosis.
The effects of thrombolytic therapy and anticoagulation alone for the management of people with acute deep vein thrombosis (DVT) of the lower limb as determined by the effects on pulmonary embolism, recurrent venous thrombi, major bleeding, post-thrombotic complications, venous patency and venous function were assessed.