Caterina Mannucci

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The management of patients who require temporary interruption of vitamin K antagonists is a common clinical problem, affecting an estimated 400 000 patients per year in Europe and North America. Managing such patients is challenging because of the lack of randomized trials assessing different perioperative anticoagulation management strategies and(More)
Life expectancy for persons with hemophilia (PWH) has considerably increased in the last decades as a direct result of the availability of modern therapies to control the clotting defect. Because their life expectancy now matches that of the general population, PWH are experiencing age-related comorbidities, such as, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic(More)
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