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Вторичная профилактика острого венозного тромбоза. Современные тенденции

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Венозные тромбоэмболические осложнения (ВТЭО), включающие тромбоз глубоких вен (ТГВ) и тромбоэмболию легочной артерии (ТЭЛА), являются достаточно частыми, но предупреждаемыми состояниями. В индустриально развитых странах регистрируют 1-2 новых случая ВТЭО на 1 000 человек в год. В США ежегодно ВТЭО переносят 900 тыс. пациентов. Причем приведенные цифры, скорее всего, занижены, т.к. в силу размытости клинической картины и недостаточной чувствительности скрининг-тестов частота верифицированных ВТЭО не превышает 60-70% [1, 2]. Согласно международным рекомендациям и стандартам больным с ВТЭО показана антико-агулянтная терапия, ее длительность определяется соотношением риска рецидива ВТЭО и риска кровотечений.

Об авторах

В. Ю. Богачев
Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова
Россия


Б. В. Болдин
Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова
Россия


О. В. Дженина
Первый Флебологический Центр
Россия


В. Н. Лобанов
Первый Флебологический Центр
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Богачев В.Ю., Болдин Б.В., Дженина О.В., Лобанов В.Н. Вторичная профилактика острого венозного тромбоза. Современные тенденции. Стационарозамещающие технологии: Амбулаторная хирургия. 2016;(3-4):56-62.

For citation:


Bogachev V.Y., Boldin B.V., Dzhenina O.V., Lobanov V.N. Secondary prevention of acute venous thrombosis. Modern trends. Ambulatory surgery: hospital-replacing technologies. 2016;(3-4):56-62. (In Russ.)

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