Minimal Effect of Universal Extended Prophylaxis on Rates of Venous Thromboembolic Events after Colorectal Surgery in a Tertiary Care Center. Is Compliance the Problem?

Title

Minimal Effect of Universal Extended Prophylaxis on Rates of Venous Thromboembolic Events after Colorectal Surgery in a Tertiary Care Center. Is Compliance the Problem?

Date

2019

Format

pdf

Primary Contact

Carlos Cordova-Cassia (ccordova@bidmc.harvard.edu)

Project Team

Carlos Córdova-Cassia
Daniel Wong
Mary B. Cotter
Mary F. Ward
Evangelos Messaris
Thomas Cataldo
Vitaliy Poylin

Department

Surgery

BIDMC Location

BIDMC

Files

MinimalEffectOfUniversalExtendedProphylaxisOnRatesOfVenousThromboemoblicEvents.pdf

Collection

Citation

“Minimal Effect of Universal Extended Prophylaxis on Rates of Venous Thromboembolic Events after Colorectal Surgery in a Tertiary Care Center. Is Compliance the Problem?,” BIDMC Silverman Symposium Poster Database, accessed June 7, 2020, https://bidmc.omeka.net/items/show/2593.

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