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How long does it take for pulmonary emboli to dissolve?

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10 Aug 2010


In most cases, anticoagulant therapy is the mainstay of treatment. Acutely, supportive treatments, such as oxygen or analgesia, are often required.


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9 Aug 2010

Are you taking any meds.? Please could you name them.

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