antithrombotic


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antithrombotic

 [an″te-throm-bot´ik]
1. preventing or interfering with the formation of thrombi.
2. an agent that has this effect, such as heparin or coumarin. See also anticoagulant and thrombolytic.

antithrombotic

adjective Referring to an agent or effect that prevents or reduces thrombosis.
 
noun An agent that prevents or interferes with thrombosis; e.g., thrombolytic.

antithrombotic

Hematology adjective Referring to an agent or effect that prevents or reduces thrombosis noun An agent that prevents or interferes with thrombosis. See Heparin, Warfarin. Cf Thrombolytic.
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Consequently, the addition of low-dose aspirin to warfarin therapy is widely considered as an antithrombotic therapy in patients with mechanical heart valves, and none of the guidelines contraindicated this combination therapy.
This study finding indicated that majority of the staff, i.e., 78.8% did not attend any internal and external educational programs related to antithrombotic therapy and less than half of participants, i.e., 20.2% educated about new drugs added to the Sudanese national formulary and associated protocols/ guidelines.
The patient was administered only antithrombotic therapy (LMWH, warfarin, and then aspirin) as he denied cytoreduction.
We have developed a new safety measure for gastric ESD in patients receiving antithrombotic therapy, who have an increased risk of postoperative bleeding, whereby autologous blood is collected from the patient before gastric ESD to develop an autologous fibrin glue that is used in combination with polyglycolic acid (PGA) sheets to cover the post-ESD ulcer.
Cavallini et al., "Contemporary antithrombotic strategies in patients with acute coronary syndrome admitted to cardiac care units in Italy: the EYESHOT study," European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care, vol.
Antithrombotic therapy for atrial fibrillation: Antithrombotic Therapy and Prevention of Thrombosis, 9th ed: American College of Chest Physicians Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Antithrombotic drugs were given only to 6 patients in our study, out of which 4 had clinical bleeding thus emphasising that antithrombotic drugs can create trouble when a critical care patient is planned for an invasive procedure.
They determined the prevalence of antithrombotic treatment among AF patients who developed ischemic stroke, focusing on patients (mean age, 79.9 years) enrolled in the registry after being admitted for ischemic stroke to 1,622 participating U.S.
A deeper understanding of the prevention and management of cardiometabolic disease utilising herbal medicines for their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antithrombotic, cholesterol lowering, hypoglycaemic, and hypotensive properties, in an integrative medicine method, plays a major role in optimising patient outcomes.
The seventeen co-authored chapters that make up the main body of the text are devoted to genetic testing and counseling for pediatric inherited bleeding and clotting disorders, antithrombotic therapy in children, bleeding and clotting in children with cardiac disease, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Reportedly different to current FDA-approved antithrombotic drugs that can increase bleeding risk, APT102 attenuated clot formation without causing bleeding in animal models of heart attack and stroke.