thromboembolic love


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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a thromboembolism.


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  • Eliquis has been approved in the European Union for the prevention of venous thromboembolic events in adult patients who have had elective hip or knee replacement surgery.

    Stroke Drug Looks Good For Bristol-Myers, Pfizer

  • In the tradition of many,worthwhile and very well done clinical trials from Canada investigating various aspects of thromboembolic disease, we now have a head to head comparison between the venerable ventilation/perfusion (v/q) lung scan and the upstart CT pulmonary angio (CTPA).

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  • Much effort and research has been devoted to venous thromboembolic disease since then and through the efforts of the American College of Chest Physicians guidelines on virtually every aspect of DVT and PE appear with some regularity and are widely quoted.

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  • The analysis showed Celebrex was associated with an increased risk for a combined study endpoint of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction (heart attack), stroke, heart failure or thromboembolic event, or events related to blood clots, compared to patients not taking the drug.

    Higher Doses of Pfizer's Celebrex

  • But according to the July 5, 2000, memo, patients on Vioxx actually had 27 more serious "thromboembolic events" such as heart attacks and strokes than those on naproxen.

    New Vioxx Revelations Medical Journal Casts New Glare On Vioxx Study

  • Probably more people die from thromboembolic problems, or blood clots, than -- that they do from car accidents yearly.

    CNN Transcript Jun 6, 2006

  • Other risks of taking long-term HRT range from liver and kidney disease to gallstones, to elevated blood pressure, varicose veins and thromboembolic problems.

    Healing the Female Heart

  • They found a significant reduction in thromboembolic events for self-monitoring patients but not for major hemorrhagic events or for death. News

  • The authors calculated that 21 patients under the age of 55 would need to self-monitor for one year to prevent one thromboembolic event. News

  • Patients who self-monitor their oral anticoagulation (blood-thinning) therapy with vitamin K antagonists (VKA) such as warfarin nearly halve their risk of developing thromboembolic events such as deep vein thrombosis, stroke, and heart attack compared with those receiving conventional care, according to a meta-analysis published News


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