December 18, 2011

Nursing Tip of the Day! - Critical Care Nursing

Category: Critical Care Nursing
Most pulmonary emboli arise from thrombi in the deep veins of the legs. Other origins include the right side of the heart (notably with atrial fibrillation), the upper extremities (rare) and the pelvic veins (especially after surgery or childbirth).

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