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Deciding to discuss the above topic is determined due to a number of reasons. Firstly, the currently used ablation techniques…

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Diagnostic parameter “arterial pressure” known in medical practice from the earliest times is now widely used for assessment of body…

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Patients suffering from gastric cancer have a high risk of postoperative thrombotic complications and often use anticoagulants. Direct oral anticoagulants absorb in the proximal region of the digestive tract. Consequently, a reduction in anticoagulating activity is possible. In the present research given is an evaluation of the anti-Xa activity upon administration of Rivaroxaban at a fixed dose of 20 mg once daily in oncological patients after gastrectomy or cases of extensive resection of the stomach.

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