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Chest pain, breathlessness, elevated heart rate, low blood pressure. Full recovery possible? History of DVT in leg

hello my husband had a dvt in leg and multiple PE in both lungs 3 yrs ago, On Monday he had a pain in chest and left side round back - then shortness of breath- he was admitted to hospital 03/04 with another PE in each lung. his INR was 1 - even with the heprin and warfrin it is still only at 1.1 his heart rate is slightly elevated and blood pressure bit low- should he make a full recovery again? there was no avent or truama how can we prevent this happening again (first time due to broken foot )
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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100 percent recovery is not possible inmy opinion
you need to be on medicines to control it and titratre the dosages according to the situation
need to have rehabilitation and physiotherapy of lungs and respiratory system avoid the triggers that increases the chest congestion
Answered: Thu, 21 Nov 2013
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