Vascular disease

TIA and minor stroke findings highlight suboptimal anticoagulant therapy

A new snapshot of Australian patients with possible transient ischaemic attack and minor stroke (TIAMS) shows that less than 10% were taking anticoagulant therapy at the time of the event. The study, which also found some patients quit their anticoagulation or antiplatelet medication in the month prior to their TIAMS event, highlights the need to ...

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