Published in Blood Weekly, June 14th, 2001
Between November 1998 and August 1999, 117 outpatients presenting to the vascular diagnostics unit of the University Hospital Dresden in Germany were diagnosed as having acute deep vein thrombosis. Of these, 92 received home treatment - that is, they were not admitted at all. Those who did require admission depended mainly on factors to do with infrastructure...
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