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Suspected Pulmonary Embolism - Initial Evaluation and Management

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AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

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)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

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)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

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)

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)

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)

17 Oct 2016

ACR Appropriateness Criteria for acute chest pain: suggested pulmonary embolism (ACR 2016)

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