Acute Iliofemoral DVT Should be Routinely Debulked with Lysis/Mechanical Thrombectomy to Prevent Long-term Disability

This activity was presented at VAM2020 as part of Invited Session 1: American Venous Forum Debates 2020: Are DVT & PE Interventions Unnecessary?

Learning Objectives

  • Review the pathophysiology and sequela of acute DVT.
  • Outline modern techniques in the management of acute DVT, including pharmacomechanical, venous lysis and medical management.
  • Understand the management of phlegmasia.


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This activity was presented at VAM2020. To access, please visit the VAM2020 Full Collection.