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COVID-19 and Venous Thromboembolism

COVID-19: The Tangled Hemostatic Web Revisited - Dr. Joseph A. Caprini

Please join our Guest Speaker, Dr. Joseph A. Caprini, to discuss VTE risk factors, assessment and thromboprophylaxis in COVID-19 patients, as well as a review of literature and guideline recommendations.

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North America

1st June 2020 – 10:00 am CDT

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Europe (UK)

1st June 2020 – 4:00 pm BST

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Australia

2nd June 2020 – 01:00 am AEST

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About the webinar

“COVID-19: The Tangled Hemostatic Web Revisited”
This webinar will begin with a discussion of the value of individual risk assessment using the Caprini score that represents the most comprehensive risk assessment tool available today.

We know that patients suffering from the COVID-19 virus may be at great risk for morbidity and mortality based on their comorbidities, particularly morbid obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and pulmonary abnormalities. Calculating the degree of risk to determine the intensity of therapy, including thrombosis prophylaxis, is critically important. The specific risks surrounding surgical procedures will be discussed emphasizing the importance of using pneumatic compression prophylaxis during the operative procedure.

The pathophysiology of COVID-19 will be discussed, including the interrelationship between hematologic and immunologic systems that may be referred to as the tangled hemostatic web. Suggested guidelines from the American Venous Forum will be presented, and finally, future considerations for therapy targeted at hematologic and immunologic systems will be presented.

 

 Learning objectives:
• Understand the value of risk assessment for patients suffering from the coronavirus.

• Learn about the specific risks and the importance of the role of intermittent pneumatic compression in medical, surgical and COVID-19 patients.

• Current update regarding the coronavirus.

• Discussion regarding the tangled hemostatic web.

• Presentation of the current American Venous Forum Guidelines for patients with the coronavirus.

• Description of the future therapeutic options to address hematologic and immunologic changes in patients with coronavirus.

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About Dr. Joseph A. Caprini

Joseph A. Caprini, MD, is a Senior Clinician Educator at the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago. He is also an Emeritus physician at NorthShore University HealthSystem in Evanston, Illinois.

Dr. Caprini has authored or co-authored 449 articles, book chapters, and abstracts on the study and treatment of venous thromboembolism, venous insufficiency, and related topics. He has delivered 1,744 lectures worldwide on a variety of topics including venous thromboembolism, laparoscopic surgery, wound care and compression therapy.

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Webinar Calendar

27 May

Webinar topic
Mobilize COVID-19 patients early and the impact on recovery and rehabilitation.

1 June

Webinar topic
COVID-19: The Tangled Hemostatic Web
Revisited

June 3

Webinar topic
Person centered care: is it still possible during COVID-19 outbreak?