FEATURES OF ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH CHD AND ITS EFFECT ON THE STATE OF THE GASTRODUODENAL ZONE
Kodirov Sh. S.*, Daminova L. T. and Nurmuhamedov H. K.
Developing and progressive disorders of the hemostatic system in ischemic heart disease (CHD) are leveled by a fairly compact and long-term antiplatelet therapy. However, recent studies persistently demonstrate the development of up to 25% of all possible side effects and complications of anticoagulant and antiplatelet therapy.
Keywords: ischemic heart disease, anticoagulant therapy, gastroduodenal zone.
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