These analytical systems for the management of oral anticoagulant therapy
GARFIELD-AF seeks to provide insights into the impact of anticoagulant therapy
on thromboembolic and bleeding complications seen in this patient population.
7% per year, too low for oral anticoagulant therapy
to benefit patients with AF.
It was tested as a safe filling and hemostatic material after dental extractions in 50 heart patients undergoing oral anticoagulant therapy
Complications of anticoagulant therapy
in ovulatory women.
It subsequently disappeared without anticoagulant therapy
Kaden WS, Friedman EA: Obstructive uropathy complicating anticoagulant therapy
and the acute abdomen Br J Surg.
1, the observed INR difference between Innovin and Neoplastin Plus is plotted against the mean of the INR values measured with the 2 thromboplastins for both patients on stable oral anticoagulant therapy
and patients on unstable oral anticoagulation (including the patients initiating oral anticoagulation).
The anticoagulant therapy
was stopped and the hematoma was drained surgically.
Unfractionated heparin (UF) is commonly used in anticoagulant therapy
and is monitored by a variety of methods including activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), anti-Xa assays, and during surgery or other invasive procedures by the activated clotting time (ACT).
WISN typically occurs in obese perimenopausal women who are receiving anticoagulant therapy
for deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism.
Oral anticoagulant therapy
with warfarin is generally used for the prevention and treatment of strokes related to atrial fibrillation; deep venous thrombosis, or DVT; and other vascular conditions.
An immediate change of practice is not warranted but a change in standard anticoagulant therapy
may be needed," Ruilope added.
Garlic, for example, can exacerbate bleeding of patients on anticoagulant therapy