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Abstract Background The dissection of type B aortic dissection by thoracic endovascular coagulation is a critical and rare complication. The optimal treatment of an aortic dissection-related DIC remains tense. After TEVAR of aortic dissection, we herein discuss the successful management of a 65-year-old man who complained of gingival bleeding and multiple subcutaneous petechiae and was determined to have DIC. Conclusions Aortic dissection-related DIC requires long-term care under conservative therapy. Warfarin and tranexamic acid may be a safe option for long-term maintenance therapy.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12872-022-02768-6
The DANish Disseminated Intravascular Cohort Study will investigate patient incidence and mortality of DIC patients with DIC as well as time trends. Methodhods and analysis The DANDIC Cohort will be established in daily clinical practice in the Central Denmark Region, which serves approximately 1. 3 million people, and the research will explore diagnostic characteristics and the safety and effectiveness of various therapy modalities. Potential DIC cases will be found from the hospital laboratory database, which is based on coagulation biomarkers, and diagnoses will be determined by medical experts. With more than ten years of virtually complete follow-up, it would be possible to merge this data with other unique Danish health registries. The Danish Patient Safety Authority, the Central Denmark Region, the Danish Data Protection Agency, and all the hospital chairs have approved the scheme, which will use state-of-the-art epidemiological and biostatistical techniques. ethics and dissemination The study will be carried out using state-of-the-art epidemiological and biostatistical data.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-062623
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