Aspirin Following Anticoagulation Therapy Prevents Recurrent VTE

June 2013
American Family Physician;6/1/2013, Vol. 87 Issue 11, p798
Academic Journal
The article provides an answer to a question of whether aspirin prevents recurrent venous thromboembolism (VTE) in patients who have completed an initial course of anticoagulation therapy.


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