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Paper Chase 4 - D-dimer Results: Consider a Higher Cutoff in the Elderly

Andrew Buelt, DO and Joe Weatherly, DO
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When D-dimer was first introduced as a screening test to rule out pulmonary embolism, there was one cutoff for everybody, no matter their risk or age. The more we learn about this test, the more we see that it might not be a ‘one size fits all’

 

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