Antiplatelet Therapy in Clinical Practice

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 11, 1999 - Medical - 368 pages
Antiplatelet agents have a powerful effect on subacute thrombosis after the placement of coronary stents. As adjunctive therapy to stent placement, they assist in the prevention of restenosis. Some clinicians are of the opinion that in a few years' time, antiplatelet agents will displace stenting and coronary angioplasty as the intervention of choice for coronary stenosis. The editors have assembled a great team of clinicians and researchers who are all experts with antiplatelet agents. This book is a practical and essential guide for all those working in interventional cardiology.

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