Nonadherence in Outpatient Thromboprophylaxis after Major Orthopedic Surgery: A Systematic Review

After Major Orthopedic Surgery: A Systematic Review

Thomas Wilke; Sabrina Müller


Expert Rev Pharmacoeconomics Outcomes Res. 2010;10(6):691-700. 

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Five-year View

In view of the falling lengths of acute hospital stays and the increasing cost restrictions in healthcare provision, the importance of ambulant thrombosis prophylaxis is likely to increase. Oral prophylaxis constitutes an important part of prophylaxis care provision. Adherence programs based on causes of NA are likely to become a source of support for patients, increasing the degree of adherence.


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