Prevention of activation of blood coagulation during acute coronary ischemic syndromes: beyond aspirin and heparin.


Many of the acute coronary ischemic syndromes are triggered by spontaneous or mechanical disruption of atherosclerotic plaques with resultant activation of platelets and coagulation. Given the central role of platelets and thrombin in arterial thrombosis, current strategies for its prevention and treatment focus on both inhibition of platelet aggregation… (More)


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