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ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY IN CANCER PATIENTS

https://doi.org/10.17749/2313-7347.2015.10.1.026-037

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Abstract

The article describes the main anticoagulant drugs used in cancer patients, taking into consideration pathogenetic aspects of hypercoagulation status in cancer patients: oral anticoagulants, heparin drugs, selective inhibitors of Xa factor. The basic advantages of low molecular weight heparin compared with unfractioned heparin. The comparison of low-molecular weight heparin drugs, their generics and biosimilar drugs is surveyed. Reviewed recommendations for the prevention of thrombotic complications in cancer patients. Overviewed the possible complications of heparin therapy and methods of prevention.

About the Authors

A. V. Vorobev
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation

MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medical and Preventive Medicine First Moscow Medical Sechenov University. Address: ul. Zemlyanoy Val, 62, p. 1, Moscow, Russia, 109004. Tel.: +7(495)7885840



A. M. Chabrov
Cancer clinical dispensary №1 Department of Health of Moscow
Russian Federation

MD, Ph.D., head of gynecological department Clinical Oncological Dispensary №1 Moscow Health Department. Address: ul. Volochaevskaya, 36, Moscow, Russia, 109033



A. A. Savchenko
Cancer clinical dispensary №1 Department of Health of Moscow
Russian Federation

Ph.D., gynecological department Clinical Oncological Dispensary №1 Moscow Health Department. Address: ul. Volochaevskaya, 36, Moscow, Russia, 109033



A. D. Makatsariya
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation

MD, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medical and Preventive, First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University. Address: ul. Trubetskaya, 8, str. 2, Moskva, Russia, 119048. Tel.: +7(495)7885840



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Vorobev A.V., Chabrov A.M., Savchenko A.A., Makatsariya A.D. ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY IN CANCER PATIENTS. Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproduction. 2016;10(1):26-37. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17749/2313-7347.2015.10.1.026-037

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