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НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ВТОРИЧНОЙ ПРОФИЛАКТИКИ ВЕНОЗНЫХ ТРОМБОЭМБОЛИЧЕСКИХ ОСЛОЖНЕНИЙ

https://doi.org/10.21518/2307-1109-2016-1-5-15

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В статье представлена современная стратегия вторичной профилактики венозных тромбозов. Оценены польза и возможные риски при использовании пероральных антикоагулянтов. Оценена возможность назначения препаратов ацетилсалициловой кислоты при невозможности применения новых пероральных антикоагулянтов.

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П. С. Лагута
Институт клинической кардиологии им. А. Л. Мясникова Российского кардиологического научно-производственного комплекса, Москва
Россия
Кандидат медицинских наук


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Лагута П.С. НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ВТОРИЧНОЙ ПРОФИЛАКТИКИ ВЕНОЗНЫХ ТРОМБОЭМБОЛИЧЕСКИХ ОСЛОЖНЕНИЙ. Атеротромбоз. 2016;(1):5-15. https://doi.org/10.21518/2307-1109-2016-1-5-15

For citation:


Laguta P.S. NEW PROSPECTS IN THE SECONDARY PREVENTION OF VENOUS THROMBOSIS. Atherothrombosis. 2016;(1):5-15. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.21518/2307-1109-2016-1-5-15

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