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WARFARIN IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOEMBOLIC STROKE

https://doi.org/10.20996/1819-6446-2012-8-4-581-586

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Analysis of the current literature data on the use of warfarin in patients with cardioembolic stroke is presented. Cardioembolic stroke pathology and particularities of this condition therapy
with antithrombotic medications are shown in details. Possibility to apply thrombolysis during warfarin treatment and the use of anticoagulants after cardioembolic stroke is discussed.

About the Authors

E. N. Dankovtseva
Teaching and Research Medical Center , Administrative Department of the President of the Russian Federation
Russian Federation


S. L. Arkhipov
Clinical Hospital № 2, Medical Center of the Mayor's office and the Government of Moscow
Russian Federation


D. A. Zateyshchikov
Teaching and Research Medical Center , Administrative Department of the President of the Russian Federation
Russian Federation


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Dankovtseva E.N., Arkhipov S.L., Zateyshchikov D.A. WARFARIN IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOEMBOLIC STROKE. Rational Pharmacotherapy in Cardiology. 2012;8(4):581-586. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.20996/1819-6446-2012-8-4-581-586

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