Intriguing thoughts on pulmonary embolism

The blog post claims that the data on treating pulmonary embolism is shaky, a randomized study from 1960 with a few handfuls of patients that was terminated early after 6 end-points.

The author then goes on to point out that since our methods of diagnosis are so much more sensitive than they were in the 1960s we should be skeptical of using old treatments for this modern concept of pulmonary embolism.

Read it. What do you think?