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8 Aug 2019

admission to higher-volume hospitals associated with reduced 30-day PE-related mortality in patients with acute symptomatic PE (BMJ 2019 Jul 29)

8 Aug 2019

admission to higher-volume hospitals associated with decreased 30-day PE-related mortality in patients with acute symptomatic PE (BMJ 2019 Jul 29)

29 Mar 2019

right heart thrombi, right atrial enlargement, and right ventricular hypokinesis associated with increased risk of 30-day pulmonary embolism-related mortality in patients with acute pulmonary embolism (J Am Heart Assoc 2018 Sep)

29 Mar 2019

right heart thrombi, right atrial enlargement, and right ventricular hypokinesis associated with increased risk of 30-day pulmonary embolism-related mortality in patients with acute pulmonary embolism (J Am Heart Assoc 2018 Sep)

24 Jan 2019

syncope at presentation associated with increased prevalence of hemodynamic instability in patients presenting with acute PE (Eur Heart J 2018 Dec 14)

24 Jan 2019

syncope at presentation associated with increased prevalence of hemodynamic instability in patients presenting with acute PE (Eur Heart J 2018 Dec 14)

24 Jan 2019

syncope at presentation associated with increased prevalence of hemodynamic instability in patients presenting with acute PE (Eur Heart J 2018 Dec 14)

24 Jan 2019

in patients presenting with acute PE, syncope may be associated with increased risk of death in-hospital or within 30 days overall, but risk does not appear increased in hemodynamically stable patients with syncope (Eur Heart J 2018 Dec 14)

24 Jan 2019

in patients presenting with acute PE, syncope may be associated with increased risk of death in-hospital or within 30 days overall, but risk does not appear increased in hemodynamically stable patients with syncope (Eur Heart J 2018 Dec 14)

23 Jan 2019

magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appears to have moderate sensitivity and high specificity for detecting pulmonary embolism (PE) (Thromb Res 2017 Jun)

7 Nov 2018

review of pulmonary embolism during pregnancy and post partum (Clin Chest Med 2018 Sep)

1 May 2018

review of submassive pulmonary embolism (Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2018 Sep 1)

1 May 2018

review of submassive pulmonary embolism (Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2018 Apr 19 early online)

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14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

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14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

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14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

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14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

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3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

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3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

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