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Article title: Improving the outcomes of deep vein thrombosis: optimising the diagnostic pathway
Author name(s): Pany Koizi, Wendy Hassan, Sharon Edkins, Anand Lokare, Marc Barlow and Annie Young
Journal: Thrombus
Issue: September 2016, Volume 20 Number 3
Pages: 43-45
Intro: Venous thromboembolism (VTE) is estimated to cause 25,000 deaths annually in the UK and is the most frequent cause of preventable death for hospital inpatients. Additionally, patients who survive VTE continue to require the use of healthcare resources. Elective treatment for deep vein thrombosis (DVT) patients is calculated to cost £499 per patient on average, while treatment for emergency DVT patients averages £1941. In the US, treatment for post–thrombotic syndrome, a condition arising in 30% of DVT patients, is estimated to amount to $3,800 per patient in the first year of diagnosis. Another study found that such treatment can reach $7,000 per patient per year.

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