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Effects of long-term, moderate-intensity oral anticoagulation in addition to aspirin in unstable angina. The Organization to Assess Strategies for Ischemic Syndromes (OASIS) Investigators.
TLDR
Overall, oral AC led to a small, nonsignificant reduction in the risk of the primary and secondary outcomes, and Stratifying the countries or centers by their rates of compliance to oral AC suggested that good compliance to Oral AC could potentially lead to clinically important reductions in major ischemic cardiovascular events. Expand