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ACTS

A trial comparing administration of low-molecular-weight (LMW) heparin (Logiparin™) to continuous IV unfractionated heparin (IVUF) as an initial treatment of proximal-vein thrombosis.
Conclusion LMW heparin is as effective as IVUF and more convenient.
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