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What it measures:

The Wells Clinical Prediction Rule is a diagnostic tool used during review of systems to identify possible deep vein thrombosis (DVT).  It is completed by healthcare professionals and can be applied to any patient with a suspected DVT.

Target Population:

This summary contains information on the use of the Wells Clinical Prediction Rule (CPR) to screen patients for a possible DVT. This test can be performed in outpatient and inpatient settings by a medical professional.

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