TITLE

ANTICOAGULANTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VARIOUS THROMBOEMBOLIC DISEASES

AUTHOR(S)
Bradford, H. Alexander
PUB. DATE
January 1964
SOURCE
Angiology;Jan1964, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Sixteen years experience with a closely followed group of patients suffering from various thromboembolic diseases tends to support the value of this type of protective therapy. With a maintained range of prothrombin activity from 20 per cent to 30 per cent, no great problems were encountered in cooperative, properly indoctrinated patients. Hemorrhagic complications within these limits were infrequent and generally limited. Scrutiny of instances of bleeding disclosed a number of factors as complications in treatment. The suggestion arises that smoother drug absorption may occur with warfarin sodium than with bishydroxycoumarin. Although this was not a controlled study, the benefit of this therapy was notable in patients who were followed for longer intervals, especially in specific instances. This deterrent value was suggested when there was a sustained abrupt remission of thromboembolic episodes after treatment was begun and when patients exhibited resumption of thromboembolism when treatment was stopped. Recurrence of thromboembolic complications, while not prevented, tended to be fewer and milder in nature.
ACCESSION #
16372443

 

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