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Savill P. Newer oral anticoagulants appear more effective than warfarin. Practitioner 2012;256(1756):8

Newer oral anticoagulants appear more effective than warfarin

12 Dec 2012Pais-up subscribers

The new oral anticoagulants can significantly reduce total mortality, cardiac deaths, and stroke/systemic embolism when compared with warfarin, a meta-analysis has shown.

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