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Your stratification according to baseline D-dimer is very interesting and valuable.
However, we observed that some of our patients who were admitted with a baseline D-dimer value less than 1 times the upper limit value, presented clinical deterioration within a few days, despite the use of enoxaparin at a prophylactic dose (and sometimes this also occurred with therapeutic doses) and we verified that this worsening was consistent with a marked increase in D-dimer measured later.
Have you collected the D-dimer values after admission so that they can be used to make a poster analysis for example of two groups: one with maintenance or decrease of D-dimer, and another group with elevation of D-dimer despite the use of enoxaparin at therapeutic doses?