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Anticoagulant therapy is one of the most common forms of medical intervention. It is the mainstay of prevention and treatment of thrombotic events. Omission of adequate anticoagulant prophylaxis at least for moderate-risk and high-risk patients is a widely recognized medical error. Bleeding is one of the most feared complications of anticoagulant therapy,(More)
Deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism are major health problems with potential serious outcomes. Acutely, pulmonary embolism may be fatal. In the long term, pulmonary hypertension can develop from recurrent pulmonary embolism. Often overlooked is post-thrombotic chronic venous insufficiency occurring as a result of deep venous thrombosis causing(More)
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