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Program Overview

This section of the ISTH Clinical Core Curriculum deals with clinical aspects of venous thromboembolism (VTE) to attain a level of proficiency to enable them to practice independently as specialists in the field.

Self needs-assessment questions
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Develop and apply a diagnostic pathway for patients with suspected VTE
Develop a treatment plan for patients with acute VTE in all locations including catheter-related thrombosis
Diagnose and manage patients with superficial venous thrombosis
Diagnose and manage patients with thrombosis due to antiphospholipid syndrome
Diagnose and manage patients with thrombosis at unusual sites (e.g. mesenteric, cerebral, portal vein thrombosis)
Assess risk factors and risk of recurrence in patients with acute VTE
Recognise and manage patients with post-thrombotic syndrome
Develop and apply recommendations for thromboprophylaxis, including mechanical and pharmacological interventions, in patients at risk of venous thromboembolism e.g. peri-operative and post-traumatic period, and other periods of immobility
Final self-assessment & evaluation
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