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Hematology – Awesome

Random heme problems

treatment, suppression, and prevention of cytomegalovirus infections - what drug? Valganciclovir
high risk for VTE - what populations, what is the treatment? those with previous venous thromboembolism, patients who have undergone orthopedic surgery, and patients with some cancers (especially gynecologic malignancy), should receive extended (up to 5 weeks) prophylaxis with LMWH.
HELLP hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelets
right upper-quadrant pain and elevated liver enzymes, hypertension, peripheral edema, and proteinuria in pregnant woman, how to tx HELLP, tx with delivery of fetus
What is the initial therapy for Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia Rituximab mono therapy, or rituximab with an alkylating agent or a purine analog
Created by: christinapham