Thrombosis prevention trial: compliance with warfarin treatment and investigation of a retained effect.
Rudnicka, AR; Ashby, D; Brennan, P; Meade, T;
Publisher: American Medical Association
mesheuropmc: cardiovascular diseases
BACKGROUND: The Thrombosis Prevention Trial was a primary prevention factorial trial that reported a reduction in the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) with warfarin and/or aspirin. This article examines compliance (duration of treatment) with warfarin treatment and ... View more
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