In Brief: COVID deaths prevented with early anticoagulation; New Guidelines for VWD; Peter Mac sets 5 goals

COVID deaths prevented with early anticoagulation  Patients given anticoagulants within the first 24 hours of being hospitalised with COVID-19 were about 30% less likely to die than patients who hadn’t been treated with prophylactic anticoagulation, according to real-world data from US where the strategy is being trialled. The BMJ study of more than 4,000 patients ...

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