Blood Clots, Patient Safety

National Patient Safety Goal to Reduce the Patient Harm from Anticoagulants OB VTE and Stroke VTE Safety Recommendations now World Thrombosis Day Resources

Anticoagulants (more commonly referred to as blood thinners) are routinely used to treat, prevent and reduce the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE), which consists of prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE).

According to World Thrombosis Day, 1 in 4 people worldwide are dying from conditions caused by thrombosis:

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Blood Clots, Practices & Tips

How to Prevent Deadly Blood Clots: Three Free Resources from the Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety World Thromobosis Day asks us to be aware of tips to prevent deadly blood clots

How to Prevent Deadly Blood Clots: Three Free Resources from the Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety

World Thrombosis Day asks us to be aware of tips to prevent deadly blood clots:

When you think of potentially deadly health issues, do you think of a blood clot? According to a recent U.S. survey, only 7 percent of people say they are concerned about blood clots, known by the medical term thrombosis. However, what they might not know is one in four people worldwide die from conditions caused by thrombosis, making it a leading cause of global death and disability.

In honor of WTD 2017, the Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety believes that blood clots safety consists of four steps: Read More

Blood Clots, Patient Safety

Physician-Patient Alliance Partners with World Thrombosis Day

The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety has been invited to become a partner of World Thrombosis Day, an international multi-organizational campaign devoted to increasing global awareness about thrombosis, including its causes, risk factors, signs/symptoms, evidence-based prevention and treatments.

World Thrombosis Day aims to highlight the need for action on thrombosis, specifically underscoring the unrecognized threat and serious consequences (morbidity and mortality) related to venous thromboembolism (VTE).

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