12 The risk of using anticoagulation
therapy alone is of clot embolization to the already compromised pulmonary circulation.
Similarly, patients who had adequate anticoagulation
before their stroke were significantly more likely to have better functional outcomes than those who did not.
A prospective randomised crossover study assessed the need for additional anticoagulation
during HD for patients on long-term oral anticoagulation
The Oral Anticoagulation
Reversal Knowledge Centre has been developed by EPG Health Media (Europe) Ltd for epgonline.
Bradley et al suggested that patients with a thrombus confined to the sigmoid sinus may be considered for treatment without anticoagulation
in order to avoid its associated risks, but they advised that patients with evidence of thrombus progression or extension may benefit from systemic anticoagulation
; the decision should be made on a case-by-case basis.
Perioperative bridging anticoagulation
during dabigatran or warfarin interruption among patients who had an elective surgery or procedure.
can be considered if a coagulation abnormality is found, and if anticoagulation
is not used then antiplatelet therapy is recommended.
3) As many as 30%-35% of patients may experience clinical signs of venous insufficiency at 6 years even when treated with anticoagulation
following filter placement.
The most common risk factor for the development of SRSH is anticoagulation
and over anticoagulation
increases the risk substantially.
Where oral anticoagulation
was used, most patients (72%) were prescribed warfarin and just 8% were prescribed a new oral anticoagulant.
It might become an alternative for atrial fibrillation patients who are ineligible for long-term anticoagulation
PLAINTIFF'S CLAIM Anticoagulation
should have been continued because of the patient's limited mobility.