Wells Clinical Prediction Rule for Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

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Wells Clinical Prediction Rule for DVT [link url="//www.soapnote.org/blood-lymph/wells-clinical-prediction-rule-for-pulmonary-embolism/" memo="see also - Wells PE calculator"]
Clinical Features:
[select name="cancer" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Active cancer (treatment within 6 months, or palliation)?
[select name="bedridden" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Bedridden for more than 3 days because of surgery (within 4 weeks)?
[select name="localTender" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Localized tenderness along distribution of deep veins?
[select name="allSwollen" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Entire leg swollen?
[select name="unilateralSwollen" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Unilateral calf swelling of greater than 3 cm (below tibial tuberosity)?
[select name="unilateralEdema" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Unilateral pitting edema?
[select name="collateral" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (1 point)=1"] <-- Collateral superficial veins?
[select name="alternative" value="No (0 points)=0|Yes (-2 points)=-2"] <-- Alternative diagnosis as likely as or more likely than DVT?
Score: [calc value="score=(cancer)+(bedridden)+(localTender)+(allSwollen)+(unilateralSwollen)+(collateral)+(alternative)"] --> [calc value="score=(cancer)+(bedridden)+(localTender)+(allSwollen)+(unilateralSwollen)+(collateral)+(alternative);score>2?'High Risk (75%)':score>0?'Moderate Risk (17%)':'Low Risk (3%)'" memo="Interpretation"]
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reference: <a href="//www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9428249" target="_blank">Wells (1997) Lancet 350:1795-8</a>, <a href="//www.aafp.org/afp/2004/0615/p2829.html" target="_blank">Ramzi (2004) Am Fam Physician 69:2829-36</a>
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Wells Clinical Prediction Rule for DVT see also - Wells PE calculator
Clinical Features:
<-- Active cancer (treatment within 6 months, or palliation)?
<-- Bedridden for more than 3 days because of surgery (within 4 weeks)?
<-- Localized tenderness along distribution of deep veins?
<-- Entire leg swollen?
<-- Unilateral calf swelling of greater than 3 cm (below tibial tuberosity)?
<-- Unilateral pitting edema?
<-- Collateral superficial veins?
<-- Alternative diagnosis as likely as or more likely than DVT?
Score: score=(cancer)+(bedridden)+(localTender)+(allSwollen)+(unilateralSwollen)+(collateral)+(alternative) --> Interpretationscore=(cancer)+(bedridden)+(localTender)+(allSwollen)+(unilateralSwollen)+(collateral)+(alternative);score>2?'High Risk (75%)':score>0?'Moderate Risk (17%)':'Low Risk (3%)'

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