anticoagulation

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Noun1.anticoagulation - the administration of an anticoagulant drug to retard coagulation of the bloodanticoagulation - the administration of an anticoagulant drug to retard coagulation of the blood
medical aid, medical care - professional treatment for illness or injury
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"Our data suggest that there is no urgency to insert the filter in patients who can be treated with prophylactic anticoagulation within seven days after injury," the authors write.
(12) The recommended prophylactic anticoagulation with UFH (5000 U 2x or 3x daily) or LMWH or heparinoid should be considered in immobile patients with ischemic stroke in whom the benefits of reducing the risk of VTE are high enough to offset the increased risks of intracranial and extracranial bleeding associated with their use.
However, given that a TKA is a procedure associated with a high rate of postoperative VTE, initiate prophylactic anticoagulation (such as enoxaparin 40 mg subcutaneously daily or apixaban 2.5 mg PO bid) approximately 12 hours after the procedure and continue it until full-dose apixaban is resumed.
There are no data with regard to prophylactic anticoagulation in the absence of atrial fibrillation.
Multi-national guidelines recommend the early initiation of LDA + LMWH anticoagulation in patients with RSA, and our experimental drug regimen requires prophylactic anticoagulation with prednisolone + HCQ and prophylactic anticoagulation with LDA, which reflects the importance of prophylactic drug use before pregnancy.
On the other hand, with the emergence and improvement of different anticoagulant strategies, three meta-analyzes demonstrated prophylactic anticoagulation during perioperative period of splenectomy was safe and effective, even for patients with cirrhosis [38-40].