Disputable issues of anticoagulant therapy: exacerbation of coronary heart disease and transcutaneous interventions in patients with cardiac fibrillation treated with vitamin K antagonists

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The article concerns the policy of anti-platelet treatment in patients with coronary heart disease exposed to transcutaneous coronary interventions. Patients with cardiac fibrillations are specially considered. International trials are reviewed.

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I S Yavelov

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I S Yavelov

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