Current Clinical Concepts in Perioperative Anticoagulation

March 1999
American Surgeon;Mar1999, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p270
Academic Journal
Proposes ways in managing patients with significant risks for thromboembolism. Use of intravenous heparin; Potential complications of heparin; Patient monitoring approach.


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