PROSPECTIVE MULTI-CENTER EVALUATION OF THE DURATION OF THERAPY FOR THROMBOSIS IN CHILDREN (the "Kids-DOTT" Trial)
This study plans to learn more about the best type of treatment for children with blood clots in the veins.
This study is being done to find out how long to treat blood clots in a vein by best balancing the risks of bleeding versus clotting again. The study involves using the follow-up pictures (scans) of the clot, performed as part of the subject's standard care after the initial treatment of a clot, to help determine the total length of treatment needed. Another part of this study involves learning whether different blood thinning medicines affect long-term outcomes from the subject's clot. The type of blood thinner they receive will be determined by their doctor. This study does not determine the type of blood thinner – only the amount of time they receive it.
- IRB Number: 1811174490
- Research Study Identifier: TX10201
- Principal Investigator: Kerry Hege, MD
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