Dynamic Vienna Prediction Model for Recurrent VTE

This web calculator facilitates application of the dynamic prediction model presented in the manuscript Eichinger S, Heinze G, Kyrle P, "D-Dimer levels over time and the risk of recurrent venous thromboembolism: An update of the Vienna Prediction Model", J Am Heart Assoc 2014;3:e000467; doi: 10.1161/JAHA.113.000467 . Users are urged to read the disclaimer carefully. Our prediction model estimates the probability of a recurrent VTE based on sex, location of primary VTE and D-Dimer level, where the prediction may be performed at arbitrary time points up to 24 months after discontinuation of anticoagulation. The most recent D-Dimer level should be used for prediction.

The prediction tool does not calculate whether a patient will have recurrence or not, because this is influenced by a large variety of genetic, acquired and environmental factors, most of which are still unknown.

Version: 1.2, 2015-03-05

Predicted probability of recurrence within 12 months from assessment of D-Dimer level (%):
Predicted probability of recurrence within 60 months from assessment of D-Dimer level (%):