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Thromboembolism in Females
Chair(s):
Isabelle Malhame
Isabelle Malhame
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Speaker(s):
Bethany Samuelson Bannow
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Bethany Samuelson Bannow
Affiliations:
Lakshmi Srivaths
Lakshmi Srivaths
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ISTH Academy. Faculty / Presenters . 04/04/22; 350792 Topic: Women's Health
Isabelle Malhame
Bethany Samuelson Bannow
Lakshmi Srivaths
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Agenda:
1. Thromboembolism in Adolescent and Young Adult Females 
Speaker: Lakshmi Srivaths, M.D.

The unique risk factors including estrogen therapy, antiphospholipid antibody syndrome/autoimmune disorders, and anatomic abnormalities of thromboembolism,presenting features, management and complications of therapy of thromboembolism and thrombotic microangiopathy, in AYA females will be discussed.

 Learning Objectives:
  1. To recognize the unique risk factors and presenting features of thromboembolism in AYA females and to learn how to evaluate and modify the risk factors to prevent thromboembolism
  2. To learn about the management options and complications related to therapy for thromboembolism in AYA females
  3. To review the clinical features and management of adolescent females with thrombotic microangiopathy
 2.Thromboembolism in Pregnancy and Puerperium
Speaker: Bethany Samuelson Bannow, M.D.
 
The challenges of preventing and treating VTE in pregnancy, delivery and the postpartum setting, including choice of anticoagulant, anticoagulant monitoring, risk of postpartum hemorrhage and considerations for neuraxial anesthesia and breastfeeding will be discussed.
 
Learning Objectives:
  1. To identify women at increased risk of DVT during pregnancy.
  2. To review options for anticoagulant choice and monitoring during pregnancy and postpartum.
  3. To recognize various methods for anticoagulant management during labor and delivery.

This webinar is organized in parnership with the Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders
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