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THROMBOTIC RISK MANAGEMENT BEFORE AND DURING PREGNANCY

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CredoMedia

11 sep 2018 11:45


Thrombophilia and Pregnancy

There have been many studies that have addressed the relationship of inherited and acquired TP with adverse pregnancy outcomes (APO) and thrombosis during gestation and postpartum. FV Leiden and PGMG20210A as risk factors for miscarriage during a 1st intended pregnancy. The two mutations increased risk for PL between the 10th to 19th week... Ver mas

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Maria Gonzales, MD

Ginecología y obstetricia

11 sep 2018 11:37

Traditionally, acute deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is treated with intravenous heparin followed by oral anticoagulants. With the advent of the low-molecular-weight heparins (LMWHs), this strategy is changing dramatically.


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Low-molecular-weight heparin in the treatment of deep venous thrombosis:


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CredoMedia

11 sep 2018 11:26

More about coalgulation tests and what we should know: 


Clinicians frequently order coagulation tests, such as the prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), and thrombin time (TT), to assess blood clotting function in patients. While these laboratory tests may be helpful in elucid...
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Dr. Ramiro E Aviles, MD

Cardiología

11 sep 2018 11:12

Can a blood clot cause problems during delivery? Actually it's the treatment for a blood clot that can cause problems with delivery. What are the possible dangers if you are on blood thinners: 



https://youtu.be/92y3lDLGTCE" target... Ver mas

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CredoMedia

11 sep 2018 11:04

Does fertility therapy increase the risk of longer term cardiovascular outcomes? We are showing here the relation between fertility therapy and cardiovascular disease: 

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Maria Gonzales, MD

Ginecología y obstetricia

11 sep 2018 10:59

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Maria Gonzales, MD

Ginecología y obstetricia

11 sep 2018 10:56

In pregnancy the uterus can compress the left iliac vein and may explain why DVT is significantly more common on the left side in pregnancy (>80% of cases). DVT is more commonly diagnosed in the pelvic venous system in pregnancy (>60% of cases) compared with the non-pregnant population.

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Dr. Ramiro E Aviles, MD

Cardiología

11 sep 2018 10:52

Colleagues, this is an interesting video to see:


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CredoMedia

11 sep 2018 11:02

Colleagues, we would like to raise in the discussion the following question: Does fertility therapy increase the risk of longer term cardiovascular outcomes?

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Maria Gonzales, MD

Ginecología y obstetricia

11 sep 2018 10:43

The use of assisted reproductive technology (ART) has increased tremendously in the past three decades. During the process of ART, supraphysiological estradiol levels with exogenous hormone administration can result. One major ... Ver mas