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Geno J. Merli, MD

Contact Dr Merli

111 S. 11th Street
Gibbon Building, Ste. 6270
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6540
(215) 923-0835 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Predicting the risk of venous thromboembolism in patients hospitalized with heart failure
  2. The Consult Guys - atrial fibrillation: how controlled is well-controlled?
  3. The Consult Guys - NPO before surgery: how long?
  4. The consult guys - surgery with a prosthetic valve: what about the warfarin?
  5. The Consult Guys--blindness after surgery: can you see the answer?
  6. D-dimer as a predictor of venous thromboembolism in acutely ill, hospitalized patients: A subanalysis of the randomized controlled MAGELLAN trial
  7. The consult guys: hyperglycemia: am I a control freak?
  8. Evaluation of the oral direct factor Xa inhibitor-betrixaban
  9. The consult guys: green urine?!?
  10. Venous thromboembolism prevention guidelines for medical inpatients: Mind the (implementation) Gap
  11. The consult guys: perioperative risk assessment: can you get it right?
  12. The consult guys: a 23-year-old with a myocardial infarction: will you get the right diagnosis?
  13. Erratum: Implications of new anticoagulants in primary practice (Psycho-Oncology (2013) 67 (139-156))
  14. New oral anticoagulants: Prevention of VTE in phase III studies in total joint replacement surgery and the hospitalized medically-ill patients
  15. Deep Vein Thrombosis
  16. Delivery of optimized inpatient anticoagulation therapy: Consensus statement from the anticoagulation forum | Terapia de anticoagulación optimizada en el paciente hospitalizado: Declaración de consenso del Foro de Anticoagulación
  17. Novel anticoagulant use for venou 057E s thromboembolism: A 2013 update
  18. Rivaroxaban for thromboprophylaxis in acutely ill medical patients
  19. Direct thrombin and factor Xa inhibition for stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation.
  20. Implications of new anticoagulants in primary practice