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Reviparin Did Not Lead to a Statistically Significant Reduction of Deep Venous Thrombosis in Patients Having Knee Arthroscopy Prevention of venous thromboembolism after knee arthroscopy with low-molecular weight heparin (reviparin): Results of a randomized controlled trial. Arthroscopy. 2001 Apr;17:393-9.
T Wirth; B Schneider; F Misselwitz; M Lomb; H Tuylu; R Egbring; P Griss
J Bone Joint Surg Am, 2001 Nov 01;83(11):1761-1761
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Question: In patients having knee arthroscopy, is low-molecular-weight heparin (reviparin) effective and safe for preventing thromboembolism?
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