Tag Archives: LMWH

Case 70 – part 3 – summary

For our last short case this week we looked at a 50 year old gentleman who developed a subdural following an assault. He had been diagnosed with a provoked DVT 1 week prior following knee surgury and had been loaded … Continue reading

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Case 70 – part 3 – the beginning

And for our last case, a 50 year old gentleman has attended A&E following an assault. A CT head has shown a subdural and the neurosurgeons want to take him to theatre. The patient had a knee replacement about 4 … Continue reading

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Case 70 – part 1 – summary

So our patient was a 75 year old male who has a PMH of NIDDM, HTN, AF and a previous bioprosthetic AV replacement. He is anticoagulated for AF with a CHADS2 score of 3 – which is an annual stroke … Continue reading

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Case 70 – part 1 – the beginning

Welcome to our cases this week. This week we will do 3 short cases looking at anticoagulation and perioperative management around elective and emergency surgery. Our first case is a patient who is being seen pre operatively. The patient needs … Continue reading

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Case 66 – summary

Thanks for all who have been involved in this week’s case. ¬†We reviewed the causes of thrombocytosis in general and also applicable to pregnancy. Causes of thrombocytosis are usually reactive or secondary to another cause: Blood loss Infection/inflammation Malignancy Thrombopoietin … Continue reading

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Case 66 – update 3

Our patient is diagnosed with essential thrombocythaemia/thrombocytosis (JAK2 V617F positive) and is started on aspirin 75mg od.   At 28 weeks she has a painful swollen left leg. It is hot and tender. An ultrasound confirms a deep vein thrombosis. … Continue reading

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