Orientamenti di terapia antitrombotica

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Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 7, 2002 - Medical - 89 pages
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Il testo affronta in un numero di pagine estremamente ridotto tutti gli aspetti collegati alla terapia anticoagulante, sia essa fibrinolitica, eparinica, orale o nei suoi nuovi e più recenti farmaci oggi in commercio. E' un agile manuale in cui i concetti di base sono uniti ai consigli più attenti per le corrette scelte terapeutiche, tutti ben pesati e filtrati dalla pluriennale esperienza degli Autori, per la gestione sicura del paziente. La sinteticità del testo, la conseguente rapidità di consultazione e la rigorosità delle informazioni, basate sulla letteratura scientifica internazionale più aggiornata, ne fanno un vademecum prezioso per più figure professionali, dal clinico chirurgo esperto (sia egli ortopedico o ginecologo o chirurgo generale) allo specializzando, e un valido ausilio anche per l'ematologo esperto di fronte alle decisioni più delicate.
  

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