PANTHER Survey Seeks Physician Input on When Oral Anticoagulants Should Be Resumed After GI Bleeds
The ISTH invites all physicians who manage oral anticoagulation after gastrointestinal bleeding to complete a short survey for the Post-Bleed Management of Antithrombotic Therapy (PANTHER) Research Program, led by Deborah Siegal, M.D., from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada.
Participants will be eligible for a drawing to win a free iPad!
Responses will help to understand the factors that influence decision-making around whether and when to resume oral anticoagulants (OAC) in patients following a gastrointestinal bleed. This study has been reviewed and approved by the Hamilton Integrated Research Ethics Board #5471.
New Registry Aims to Investigate the Obstetric History of Mothers of Children with SCPCD
The ISTH invites all physicians who care for children with severe congenital protein C deficiency (SCPCD) to participate in a new ISTH REDCap registry.
The study aims to investigate the obstetric history of mothers of children with SCPCD to determine the incidence of fetal loss during pregnancy and previous neonatal death due to undiagnosed SCPCD.