The diagnosis of pulmonary embolism poses a challenge to achieving thecorrect balance between missed diagnoses and excess imaging and treatment.
The use of a rule such as the Wells Rule, may help and we will consider its structure as a decision-supporting tool when computerizing the order form for CT-PE.
Completing this form will help improve the interpretation of the CT, the understanding of patterns of use and the construction of an appropriate decision-support tool.
Prof. Ben-Yehuda Arie, Medicine Gimmel
Prof. Sosna Jacob, Imaging Institute
Prof. Brezis Meir, Center for Clinical Quality & Safety
Dr. Assaf Jacob, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Stalnikowicz Ruth, Emergency Medicine, Mt. Scopus
Dr. Meir Frankel, Emergency Medicine and Center for Clinical Quality & Safety
Dr. Cohen Joel matan , Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and Center for Clinical Quality & Safety
Tomer Amsalem, fifth-year medical student
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Critical Issues in the Evaluation and Management of Adult Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department with Suspected Pulmonary Embolism
Evaluation of Pulmonary Embolism in the Emergency Department
Ordering CT pulmonary angiography to exclude pulmonary embolism