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Protecting NVAF patients from stroke: appropriate dosing of DOACs

Protecting NVAF patients from stroke: appropriate dosing of DOACs

Publication date: Tuesday, 04 May 2021
Contributor(s): Ahmet Fuat

This article highlights the latest guidance on appropriate dosing of direct-acting oral anticoagulants (DOACs) in people with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF). Key considerations include specific dose adjustment requirements for each DOAC and the importance of improving patient adherence with DOAC therapy.

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Document number: PP-M_RIV-GB-0030
Date of preparation: April 2021

    

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Bayer plc. commissioned and funded this article which contains promotional content. The company has reviewed the data to ensure factual accuracy in relation to Bayer products and compliance with industry guidelines.
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Category: Editorial
Edition: Volume 5 Number 1 PCCJ Online 2021
Contributor(s): Ahmet Fuat

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