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>Revistas >Revista Médica de Costa Rica y Centroamérica >Año 2008, No. 583


Zárate EV
Impacto del Dimero-D en el diagnostico presuntivo del trombo embolismo pulmonar
Rev Med Cos Cen 2008; 65 (583)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 26
Paginas: 113-117
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RESUMEN

El diagnóstico preciso y oportuno del T.E.P constituye todo un reto para el médico, el mismo debe de basarse en el cuadro clínico del paciente, la historia clínica, los factores de riesgo, la probabilidad clínica y en el apoyo de métodos diagnósticos de laboratorio y gabinete de fácil y rápida accesibilidad, bajo costo; pero de una sensibilidad y VPN (Valor predictivo negativo) altos, es por ello, que la determinación de los niveles de Dímero-D sanguíneos, representan una herramienta útil y rápida, así como poco invasiva para el paciente y permite además elaborar algoritmos diagnósticos mas precisos, así como discriminar que grupo de pacientes realmente necesitan otros métodos de diagnostico más complejos, invasivos y costosos, con lo cual contribuye a disminuir los costos institucionales.


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