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Elevated red or white blood cell counts may increase thrombotic risk and require active monitoring.
Beyond hematocrit, it’s important to actively monitor for leukocytosis, spleen size, and symptoms.
The potential impact of a target hematocrit level of <45% on major thrombosis or cardiac death.
By: MPN Connect
An animated video highlighting PV pathophysiology and mechanisms of disease.