NATF is putting on a new symposium series, “Avoiding the Avoidable: Pathways for VTE Prevention in the Vulnerable Medically Ill.” This program is designed to provide clinicians with insights into the latest research and developments in the care of medically ill hospitalized patients.
Below, please find the presentation slides from the December 2 symposium, held in Boston, MA.
- Protecting our vulnerable medically ill patients during hospitalization and after discharge: a critical unrecognized and unmet need
Gregory Piazza, MD, MS
- Advances in medical therapy to protect hospitalized medically ill patients from pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, and stroke
Samuel Z. Goldhaber, MD
- Critical role of the hospitalist in gaining consensus and developing protocols to maximize quality of care in the treatment and thromboprophylaxis of VTE
Ebrahim Barkoudah, MD, MPH
- Transition of care from hospital to discharge to home or to rehab facilities: Do’s and Dont’s
John Fanikos RPh, MBA
- Management of bleeding on NOACs
Jean Connors, MD
- Multiple Case presentations and discussion of real-life patients – as well as interactive Q&A about VTE treatment and thromboprophylaxis
Aaron P. Kithcart, MD, PhD, Arman Qamar, MD