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What are the Management Considerations for Venous Thromboembolic Events in Patients with Cirrhosis?
For patients with cirrhosis facing venous thromboembolic events, the choice of anticoagulant—be it DOACs or LMWH—demands careful consideration of their unique hemostatic profile, emphasizing the need for personalized treatment strategies.
Gastroenterology February 22nd 2024
But My White Count…
As healthcare moves forward, it’s crucial to balance quantitative data with the nuanced realities of patient experiences. This article explores the impact of the ‘quantitative fallacy’ on patient care and the importance of clinical judgment.
Hematology February 20th 2024
Gene Therapy Versus Common Care for Eligible Individuals with Sickle Cell Disease in the United States
The comparative modeling analysis of gene therapy for sickle cell disease underscores its potential cost-effectiveness and value in enhancing patient quality of life. With estimated ICERs significantly varying under different perspectives, the findings advocate for a nuanced approach to assessing novel therapies within the broader healthcare landscape.
Hematology February 7th 2024
Improving Treatment for Women and Girls with von Willebrand Disease
Advancements in von Willebrand Disease (VWD) treatments, including emicizumab and BT200 (rondoraptivon pegol), are heralding a new age of personalized care, addressing the complex needs of patients with this challenging bleeding disorder.
Hematology February 5th 2024