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By David Gozzard, David Warwick, David Perry

Written by way of a staff of world-leading specialists within the box, who've released largely For basic care physicians, haematologists, surgeons and different healthcare execs with an curiosity in thromboprophylaxis Discusses either clinical and surgical thromboprophylaxis and contains all suitable instructions for thromboprophylaxis in being pregnant completely revised and up to date re-creation This moment version of the instruction manual of Thromboprophylaxis expands upon the function of anticoagulants in scientific perform. furthermore, it summarises key papers within the box and gives evidence-based guidance for using anticoagulants in regimen day by day perform.

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17. Strebel N, Prins M, Agnelli G, et al. Preoperative or postoperative start of prophylaxis for S venous thromboembolism with low-molecular-weight heparin in elective hip surgery? Arch Intern Med 2002; 162:1451–1456. 18. Horlocker TT. Low molecular weight heparin and neuraxial anesthesia. Thromb Res 2001; 101:141–154. 19. Bergqvist D, Lindblad B, Matsch T. Low molecular weight heparin for thromboprophylaxis and epidural/regional anaesthesia – is there a risk? Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 1992; 36:605–609.

Routine prophylaxis for isolated lower limb trauma cannot be substantiated by present data; however the ACCP, NICE and others recommend a thorough risk assessment and an approach standardised within an institution, yet individualised to each injured patient, [1,2,33–40]. Spinal surgery Spinal surgery carries a risk of VTE; however, pharmacological prophylaxis carries a risk of bleeding around the spinal cord. For straightforward cases, the risk–benefit ratio supports no routine prophylaxis except early mobilisation, perhaps potentiated by mechanical methods.

Cancer 1987; 59:983–985. 7. Levitan N, Dowlati A, Remick SC, et al. Rates of initial and recurrent thromboembolic disease among patients with malignancy versus those without malignancy. Risk analysis using Medicare claims data. Medicine (Baltimore) 1999; 178:285–291.  4IFO74
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