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(Hospital Practice[TA])
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  • Oral anticoagulation therapy upon discharge in hospitalized patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation: a retrospective cohort study. [Journal Article]
  • HPHosp Pract (1995) 2018; 46(1):22-29
  • Singh-Franco D, Hale G, Jacobs RJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Decision to add OACT is often guideline-driven, however, individualized circumstances in which clinicians and patients find themselves are also important considerations. Determination of ischemic stroke risk should be performed with CHA2DS2VASc scoring tool to exclude patients who may not benefit from OACT. HAS-BLED scoring tool should be used to identify any modifiable bleeding risk factors present with subsequent initiation of management strategies. Availability of complete medical histories and meticulous documentation are necessary for multiple clinicians to continuously determine optimal pharmacotherapy during follow-up visits.
  • Intra-articular corticosteroid injections in haemophilic arthropathy: are they recommended? [Review]
  • HPHosp Pract (1995) 2018; 46(1):1-4
  • Rodriguez-Merchan EC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Considering that pain relief after IA injections of CS is controversial and that the cost of the haematologic treatment required to perform the procedure is high in haemophilic arthropathy, we do not recommend the routine use of CS IS injections in haemophilia. Moreover, point of care (POC) ultrasound (US)-guided injections are not advised, because the injection procedure is so simple that the use of POC-US will unnecessarily prolong the duration of the procedure.
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