BTS Guidelines for the outpatient management of pulmonary embolism
The new BTS Guideline for the initial outpatient management of pulmonary embolism has been published.
The new Guideline provides guidance on how to risk-stratify patients with suspected and confirmed pulmonary embolism and subsequently manage them in an outpatient or ambulatory care setting.
The full guideline is published as a supplement to the July 2018 issue of Thorax (available below). A summary of the recommendations is also available in BMJ Open Respiratory Research. Read the Thorax article online here
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|BTS Guidelines for the outpatient management of pulmonary embolism||2018-06 June June 2018||
BTS Guidelines for the outpatient management of pulmonary embolism published June 2018.
|Web appendix 2 Outpatient PE evidence tables 12 June 2018||2018-06 June June 2018||
BTS Guideline for the management of outpatient PE - evidence tables
|Web appendix 3 Patient information||2018-06 June June 2018||
BTS Guideline for the management of outpatient PE - patient information examples
|Web Appendix 1 Clinical questions and search strategy||2018-06 June June 2018||
BTS Guideline for the management of outpatient PE - clinical questions and seaerch strategy
|Web appendix Outpatient Management of PE Guideline public summary||2018-06 June June 2018||
BTS Guideline for the management of outpatient PE - guideline information for the public