major bleeding event

major bleeding event

Any episode of bleeding, including intracranial haemorrhage and other bleeding that leads to ≥ 5 g/dL (SI, 50 g/L) reduced haemoglobin.
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8%) experienced a major bleeding event as defined by International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis criteria.
Five (0A[cedilla]7%) of 769 patients in the nadroparin group and no patients in the placebo group had a major bleeding event (two-sided p=0A[cedilla]18).
Development of an agent specifically designed to reverse the activity of Factor Xa inhibitors may provide an antidote for patients who, in rare instances, experience an uncontrolled major bleeding event or require emergency surgery.
percentage of discontinuation following an initial major bleeding event,
Patients whose VKA control was sub-optimal were significantly more likely to suffer a stroke, a major bleeding event, and death.
The primary safety endpoint is the time to first major bleeding event, as defined by the International Society of Haematology (ISTH).
0), which can triple the risk of a major bleeding event or stroke (CMS, NEJM, Hylek).
Currently, more than 2 million patients are prescribed warfarin in the United States each year, with 1%-5% experiencing a major bleeding event.
The major bleeding event rate for apixaban was numerically lower, but was not significantly lower, than enoxaparin (0.
today announced results from a retrospective analysis comparing clinical management and patient outcomes following a major bleeding event during treatment with dabigatran or warfarin.
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