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A 30yr male in an small accident Left lower limb having this kind of lesion suggest dxrx.

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Left lower limb extensive (massive) deep vein thrombosis Adv Option 1 - unfractionated heparin infusion to monitor PTT and titrate PTT to achieve a value of 50 - 85 or two times of normal range Option 2 - start with fractionated heparin Inj. Enoxaparin 1 mg/kg twice a day example for 60 kg man - dose of 60 mg twice a day That Comes to 0.6 ml = 60 mg twice a day Simultaneously Tablet warfarin 5 mg per day Titrate dose of warfarin to achieve INR of 2-3 Once INR of 2 - 3 is achieved then warfarin to be continued and heparin/LMWH to be stopped Warfarin is continued till 1 year or complete resolution of deep vein thrombosis - which ever is later

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Deep vein Thrombosis Treatment- Start with LMWH for 2- 3 days and the switch over to warfarin with INR goal 2 - 3 . It is an acute emergency and treatment should be startrd urgently with LMWH in drip before serious pulmonary embolism occurs

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Chronic DVT of left lower limb. Skin changes are the result of Chronic venous insufficiency. Black coloration of toes raises possibility of gangrene . Suggest Arterial color doppler

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Colour doppler suggestive of DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS Rx adv inj clexan 2000units bd till thrombus is dissolved Tab acitrom 4mg 1bd Tab stiloz 50mg 1bd Consult vascular surgeon

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? VASCULOPATHY .. ? DVT.. STASIS DERMATITIS.. NEED'S.. VASCULAR SURGEONS OPINION

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DVT with non healing varicose ulcer Consultant vascular surg.

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SUGGESTIVE OF DEEP VEINOUS THROMBOSIS

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Trophic Ulcer due to venous insufficiency

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Non healing varicose ulcer

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DVT Vasculopathy

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