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Heparin dose during percutaneous coronary intervention: how low dare we go?

Abstract:
Despite dramatic advances in percutaneous coronary intervention, including coronary stents and potent antiplatelet agents, unfractionated heparin remains the standard procedural anticoagulant. Tradition and habit may have considerable influence over dose selection. A review of the role and dosage of heparin during PCI appears to be overdue

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10.1136/heart.88.4.331

Authors


Niccoli, G More by this author
Banning, AP More by this author
Journal:
Heart (British Cardiac Society)
Volume:
88
Issue:
4
Pages:
331-334
Publication date:
2002-10-05
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EISSN:
1468-201X
ISSN:
1355-6037
URN:
uuid:441784ec-0c97-45f9-9de0-880370cbcabd
Source identifiers:
236684
Local pid:
pubs:236684

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