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Outcomes in Neurosurgical Patients Who Develop Venous Thromboembolism

Lauren Cote Steven Greenberg James Stone Juan Arcelus Riete Investigators Juan Ignacio Arcelus A. Ballaz R. Barba M. Barron B. Barrón-Andrés J. Bascuñana P. Bedate A. Blanco-Molina T. Bueso I. Casado F. Conget F. del Molino J. del Toro C. Falga Carmen Fernández-Capitán C. Font M.I. Fuentes P. Gallego F. Garcia-Bragado O. Gavin V. Gomez J. Gonzalez E. Gonzalez-Bachs E. Grau M. Guil R. Guijarro J. Gutierrez L. Hernandez S. Hernandez-Huerta L. Jara-Palomares M.J. Jaras D. Jimenez J.L. Lobo L. Lopez-Jimenez J.B. Lopez-Saez M.A. Lorente A. Lorenzo J.M Luque Olga Madridano M. Macia A. Maestre P.J. Marchena M. Martin M. Monreal J.M. Mora D. Mosquera F.J. Munoz M.D. Nauffal J.A. Nieto M.J. Nunez J.L. Ogea R. Otero J.M. Pedrajas M.L. Peris N. Raissouni A. Riera-Mestre A. Rivas M.A. Rodriguez-Davila P. Roman V. Rosa J. Ruiz M.D. Ruiz-Ribo A. Ruiz-Gamietea N. Ruiz-Gimenez J.C. Sahuquillo A. Samperiz J.F. Sanchez-Munoz-Torrero S. Soler G. Tiberio R.M. Tilvan C. Tolosa J. Trujillo F. Uresandi M. Valdes B. Valero R. Valle J. Vela A. Villalobos J. Villalta R. Maly J. Hirmerova L. Bertoletti A. Bura-Riviere D. Farge-Bancel C. Grange A. Hij I. Mahe A. Merah Isabelle Quere 1, 2 S. Schellong D. Babalis M. Papadakis I. Tzinieris A. Braester B. Brenner I. Tzoran D. Zeltser G. Barillari M. Ciammaichella P. Di Micco R. Duce S. Pasca R. Pesavento C. Piovella R. Poggio P. Prandoni R. Quintavalla A. Rocci L. Rota A. Schenone E. Tiraferri D. Tonello A. Tufano A. Visano B. Zalunardo A.L. Barbosa F. Gonçalves A.M. Rodrigues M. Santos M. Saraiva M. Bosevski D. Kovacevic A. Alatri D. Aujeski H. Bounameaux L. Calanca L. Mazzolai Joseph Caprini
Abstract : OBJECTIVES: Registro Informatizado de Enfermedad TromboEmbólica (RIETE) database was used to investigate whether neurosurgical patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE) were more likely to die of bleeding or VTE and the influence of anticoagulation on these outcomes. METHODS:Clinical characteristics, treatment details, and 3-month outcomes were assessed in those who developed VTE after neurosurgery. RESULTS: Of 40 663 patients enrolled, 392 (0.96%) had VTE in less than 60 days after neurosurgery. Most patients in the cohort (89%) received initial therapy with low-molecular-weight heparin, (33% received subtherapeutic doses). In the first week, 10 (2.6%) patients died (8 with pulmonary embolism [PE], no bleeding deaths; P = .005). After the first week, 20 (5.1%) patients died (2 with fatal bleeding, none from PE). Overall, this cohort was more likely to develop a fatal PE than a fatal bleed (8 vs 2 deaths, P = .058). CONCLUSIONS: Neurosurgical patients developing VTE were more likely to die from PE than from bleeding in the first week, despite anticoagulation.
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Lauren Cote, Steven Greenberg, James Stone, Juan Arcelus, Riete Investigators, et al.. Outcomes in Neurosurgical Patients Who Develop Venous Thromboembolism. Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis, SAGE Publications, 2014, 20 (8), pp.772-778. ⟨10.1177/1076029614532008⟩. ⟨hal-01947433⟩

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