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Tips for anticoagulated patient


The Anticoagulated:

Oral anticoagulants are indicated in the long-term prevention of thromboembolic disease, ie in all those clinical situations that they are associated with high incidence of thromboembolism and in cases in which the first symptom of the disease is thrombotic accident or embolic to prevent the second. They are also used in the short term after a first episode of DVT or pulmonary embolism.

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