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Selvstyret versus konventionel oral antikoagulansbehandling: et randomiseret studie - sekundærpublikation

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1. reservelæge Thomas Decker Christensen, sygeplejerske Marianne Maegaard, professor Henrik Toft Sørensen, professor Vibeke Elisabeth Hjortdal, & professor John Michael Hasenkam Århus Universitetshospital, Skejby Sygehus, Hjerte-lunge-karkirugisk Afdeling T og Klinisk Institut, og Århus Universitetshospital, Århus Sygehus, Klinisk Epidemiologisk Afdeling og Klinisk Institut
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Ugeskr Læger 2006;168(44):3817-3820
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3817-3820
Summary Self-management versus conventional management of oral anticoagulant therapy: a randomized controlled trial Ugeskr Læger 2006;168(44):3817-3820 The efficacy of self-managed oral anticoagulant therapy has been addressed in few randomized controlled trials, which have provided inconsistent results. The aim of this study was to compare the quality of self-managed oral anticoagulant therapy with conventional management. One hundred patients were randomly assigned to the two treatment regimens, and it was found that the quality of self-management of oral anticoagulant therapy was at least as good as the treatment provided by conventional management. Self-management is therefore a valid management option in selected patients.
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