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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · March 09, 2021

Low-Dose IV Heparin After Aneurysmal SAH Is Associated With Decreased Risk of Delayed Deficits and Cerebral Infarction



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Low-Dose Intravenous Heparin Infusion After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Is Associated With Decreased Risk of Delayed Neurological Deficit and Cerebral Infarction
Neurosurgery 2021 Feb 16;88(3)523-530, MJ Kole, AP Wessell, B Ugiliweneza, GJ Cannarsa, E Fortuny, JA Stokum, P Shea, T Chryssikos, NK Khattar, GA Crabill, DL Schreibman, N Badjatia, D Gandhi, EF Aldrich, RF James, JM Simard

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