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The Consequences of VTE

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Transcript of The Consequences of VTE

Physical Implications
Life threatening
Hospital
Tests and procedures
Potentially fatal
Anti-coagulation therapy
Pulmonary Artery Catheter
Continual monitoring
Thrombolytics?
Surgery?
Psychosocial Implications
Fear and anxiety
Unknown outcome
Separated from baby
Family fears for the woman
Children
Financial
Concerns about the outcome
Side-effects of treatment
Breastfeeding?Express?
Short Term
Long Term
Physical
PTS (Post-thrombotic Syndrome)
PH (Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension)
High Risk
Contraception/HRT
Cancer Treatments
Long Term Lung Damage
References
References
Coad, J. (2012). Anatomy and physiology for midwives. Edinburgh: Elsevier Ltd.
Cunningham, F. G., Leveno, K. J., & Bloom, S. (2009). Williams obstetrics (23rd edition). New York, NY, USA: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing.
Dewhurst's textbook of obstetrics and gynaecology (8th edition) (2011). In Edmonds K. (Ed.), . Hoboken, NJ, USA: Wiley.
Dictionary of obstetrics and gynecology (2011). In Zink C. (Ed.), . Berlin, DEU: Walter de Gruyter.
Dot Stables, J. R. (Ed.). (2010). Physiology in childbearing with anatomy and related biosciences (Third ed.). London: Elsevier.
Nurse, S. (2009). Maternal-neonatal care made incredibly easy. London: Lippincott,Williams and Wilkins.
Sue Macdonald, J. M. (Ed.). (2012). Mayes' midwifery (Fourteenth ed.). London: Elsevier.

Medium Term
Physical Implications
Regular bloods to check INR
Referral to Haematologist
Establishment of lactation delayed
Medication/Injections
Lung Damage
Recovery
Risk of reoccurrence
Delay return to normal life
Contraception/Medication limitations
For women and their families
The Consequences of VTE
Psychosocial/Family
Transport
Financial
Support network
Risk of PTSD
Anxiety about reoccurrence
Immobility/Unable to carry out tasks as before
Frustration
Risk for further pregnancies/travel etc
Psychosocial/Family
Family Life
Travel
Future Career
Depression
Debilitating after effects
Anxiety at reoccurrence
Fear
Concern that hereditary and the children will suffer the same
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