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WELCOME TO THE CLOT WISE
EDUCATION PROGRAM

You’re in the right place to learn more about your condition. These educational videos help explain the underlying risk for blood clots and how they can cause life-threatening events, like a heart attack, stroke, or pulmonary embolism.

You'll also learn more about treatment options that can help reduce your risk for blood clots.

Get started by choosing your condition:

Color drawing of the cardiovascular system, chest up. There is a red bullseye on the upper left of the brain.

AFIB

Learn more about AFib, why people with AFib have a greater risk for stroke, why that risk increases over time, and about treatment options that can help reduce your stroke risk.

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Color drawing of the cardiovascular system, neck down. There is a red bullseye on the left lung, and on the left leg.

DVT/PE

Learn more about DVT and PE blood clots and their treatment, how they are linked, and how you can help reduce your risk for blood
clots in the future.

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Color drawing of the cardiovascular system, midsection up. There is a red bullseye on both the brain and heart.  

CAD

Learn more about the underlying risk for blood clots related to CAD, why aspirin alone may not be enough, and how to further reduce your risk for heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular death.

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Color drawing of the cardiovascular system, knee up. There are red bullseyes on the brain, heart and hip.

PAD

Learn more about the underlying risk for blood clots related to PAD, why aspirin alone may not be enough, and how to further reduce your risk for heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular death.

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