Patient-Centered Care: Give Patients a Shovel
With the New Year approaching, let's resolve to decrease some of the difficulty with anticoagulant medications by welcoming patients and technology into the patient counseling dialogue.
Progress in Cancer-Associated Thromboembolism
Cancer patients must also contend with a range of accompanying maladies, including arterial and venous thromboembolism.
Mechanical Valve Replacement and Diabetics on Antithrombotics
Issues in anticoagulation relating to mechanical valve replacement and diabetes patients on antithrombotics.
More than 300,000 US patients are admitted annually for upper gastrointestinal bleeding.
Clinical Implications in Women's Health
Pregnancy, oral contraceptive use, and hormone therapy can increase risk of thromboembolism.
Ocular bleeding may be a concern for anticoagulated patients with certain risk factors and comorbidities.
TS: A Quiet Storm
There is an ongoing quest for information on this rare and fast-paced form of deep vein thrombosis.
A Continued Call to Action
Increasing public awareness of venous thromboembolism can help to encourage preventive medical attention.
Anticoagulation and Heart Valve Replacement
Choosing the right anticoagulation agent and duration of therapy remains controversial.
How the Clot Factors
New treatments for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation require patient-specific assessment.
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