Тромбоэмболия легочной артерии: клинические рекомендации Европейского общества кардиологов (2014). По материалам: 2014 ESC Guidelines on the diagnosis andmanagement of acute pulmonary embolism – web addenda. The Task Force for the Diagnosis and Management


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В данных Клинических рекомендациях суммированы все современные доказательства по диагностике и лечению тромбоэмболии легочной артерии (ТЭЛА). В отличие от предыдущей версии рекомендаций, в данном документе представлены упрощенные варианты клинических прогностических шкал, подробно рассмотрена стратификация риска летального исхода, включая промежуточные степени риска, представлены новые подходы к АКТ, в т. ч. системному тромболизису и катетерным методам лечения, терапии антагонистом витамина К, определено место новых пероральных антикоагулянтов в терапии ТЭЛА.


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