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Anticoagulants used for arrhythmia can have different thrombus formation rates

05:53 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Anticoagulants are recommended for atrial fibrillation due to the high risk of stroke. However, bleeding complications can occur as a side effect. Researchers in Japan examined several types of anticoagulants and found that the rates of thrombus formation are different according to the type of drug. This difference may be related to the risk of side effects, especially intracranial bleeding.

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