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Triple-therapy regimen associated with improved survival in catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome

15:00 EDT 16 Jun 2017 | Healio

MADRID — A triple regimen of anticoagulation therapy, corticosteroids and plasma exchange and/or immunoglobulins was associated with reduced mortality among patients with catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome, according to findings presented at the EULAR Annual Congress.“Triple therapy showed to be independently associated to a higher survival rate in [catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome] CAPS,” Ignasi Rodriguez-Pinto, MD, of the Department of Autoimmune Disease at the Hospital Clinic at Barcelona University in Spain, said.

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