Pregnancy and Clotting - A Serious Concern

18m of CPD
Briony Cutts
12 September 2016

For some pregnant women, this time can be especially hazardous with the very real risk of developing a venous thrombus or pulmonary embolus during the perinatal period. But why is it that the majority of venous thrombi are found in the left leg? Join Dr Briony Cutts for an enlightening discussion on VTE in pregnancy to find out the answer, as well as what puts women at risk for clotting issues during this time.

Educator(s)

Briony Cutts

Educator

Dr Briony Cutts is an obstetric medicine physician and haematologist who completed her fellowship in 2012. She worked as a fellow at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne and Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in London. She works at several major Melbourne metropolitan teaching hospitals including the Royal Women’s, Box Hill, and Sunshine hospitals and is actively involved in research and teaching haematology and obstetric medicine to physicians, pathology and obstetric trainees, obstetricians, gynaecologists, and midwives. She is published in peer-reviewed journals and regularly presents at conferences both nationally and internationally.

Comments

Nicole Tupek27 Mar 2018
Thorough presentation on VTE and associated risks. Engaging and concise.

Maureen Huggins23 Feb 2018
Easy to follow and understand

Sarah Niven06 Feb 2018
Well presented and very informative

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