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Morbimortalidad de tromboembolectomías tardías en el Hospital Regional "Valentín Gómez Farías" del ISSSTE. Zapopan, Jalisco, México

  title={Morbimortalidad de tromboembolectom{\'i}as tard{\'i}as en el Hospital Regional "Valent{\'i}n G{\'o}mez Far{\'i}as" del ISSSTE. Zapopan, Jalisco, M{\'e}xico},
  author={Luis Heriberto Daniel Torres and H{\'e}ctor Ruiz Mercado and Jos{\'e} Antonio Gonz{\'a}lez Higuera},
Objective: The aim of this study was to know the morbidity and mortality of the patients who have undergone late-onset tromboembolectomy in our hospital. Methods: From January 2001 to June 2005, 90 patients were put under vascular exploration and tromboembolectomy 10 hours after the start of the symptoms. The patients’morbidity and mortality was evaluated, as well as their outliving 30 days after. Results: Out of the 90 patients treated, 25 (27.7%) had complete resolution; 20 other patients… 
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