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  1. The VERITY Steering Committee Third Venous ThromboembolismRegistry Report2005

  2. Schematic of the report production process

  3. List of contributors

  4. List of contributors

  5. List of contributors

  6. Example table

  7. Number of risk factors for patients with VTE (n=4,603)

  8. Overview

  9. Database overview

  10. The growth of the database (n=27,179)

  11. Data submitted by each centre

  12. Number of risk factors and diagnosis

  13. Number of risk factors for patients with VTE (n=4,603)

  14. Final diagnosis and the number of risk factors (n=17,175)

  15. Age distribution for all patients with VTE (n=27,123)

  16. Final diagnosis over time (n=21,486)

  17. Age and gender for patients with VTE

  18. Age and gender for patients with VTE (n=6,045)

  19. Age and gender for patients with VTE and Cancer (n=799)

  20. Rates of different risk factors in patients who have VTE

  21. Presence of various risk factors and final diagnosis

  22. Task Force of the British Committee for Standards in Haematology13

  23. D-dimer result and final diagnosis

  24. Final diagnosis and D-dimer test (n=16,005)

  25. D-dimer result, DVT pre-test probability and final diagnosis

  26. Final diagnosis, D-dimer result, D-dimer test and DVT pre-test probability (n=11,585)

  27. Suitability for home treatment1 amongst patients with confirmed DVT (n=5,371)

  28. Reason patients with DVT were deemed unsuitable for home treatment; (patients unsuitable for home treatment with recorded reason n=466)

  29. Duration of LMWH therapy and time to therapeutic INR in patients with DVT; patients receiving both treatments only (n=3,248)

  30. Kaplan-Meier survival curves for patients with confirmed diagnosis of DVT and PE (n=2,224)

  31. Pulmonary embolism

  32. Primary and final diagnosis

  33. Numbers of risk factors

  34. Number of risk factors according to final diagnosis (n=4,603)

  35. Different risk factors

  36. Presence of selected risk factors for PE and non-PE patients

  37. Age and disease

  38. Age distributions according to final diagnosis (n=6,115)

  39. A. Management of suspected non-massive pulmonary embolism with isotope lung scanning off site only

  40. B. Management of suspected non-massive pulmonary embolism with isotope lung scanning available on site

  41. PTP score and final diagnosis

  42. PTP score distributions for patients with confirmed PE and non-PE patients (n=279 and n=342 respectively)

  43. PTP score distributions for patients with confirmed PE and non-PE patients (n=279 and n=342 respectively)

  44. PTP score D-dimer and final diagnosis

  45. Final diagnosis, D-dimer results and PE PTP score for patients with a suspected PE (n=438) Using <4 and ≥4 to classify the PE PTP score

  46. Final diagnosis, D-dimer results and PE PTP score for patients with a suspected PE (n=438) Using <2,2-6 and >6 to classify the PE PTP score

  47. Other investigations performed

  48. Investigations performed and diagnosis

  49. Chest x-ray

  50. The Royal Perth Hospital algorithm