Blood clots can form when certain factors, within the blood, are activated causing the blood to become thicker and hence "clump" together. When a blood clot forms, within a vein, it is called a deep vein thrombosis or DVT. DVTs are most commonly seen in the lower leg, but can also occur in the thigh, pelvis, or arm.
On Wednesday, June 29, 2016, Dr. James Gude, Clinical Professor at UCSF, will speak on the "Prevention of DVT in Medical and Surgical Patients." The time for this online educational discussion is from 8-9 am Pacific Standard Time. Please review the time in your international location.
International Times for this ONLINE Conference
San Francisco- at 8:00 AM PST
New York- at 11:00 AM EST
Port-au-Prince (Haiti)- at 11:00AM
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)- at 12:00pmBRT
London (UK)- at 4:00 PM BST
Lagos (Nigeria)- at 4:00 PM WAT
Nairobi (Kenya)- at 6:00PM EAT
Kampala(Uganda)- at 6:00pm EAT
Kathmandu (Nepal)- at 8:45 PM NPT
Sofia (Bulgaria at 6:00:00 PM EEST UTC+3 hours
Moscow (Russia) at 6:00:00 PM MSK UTC+3 hours
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