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Gegevens over één jaar van wereldwijd register voor atriumfibrillatie (AF) tonen dat antitrombosemiddelen niet optimaal worden gebruikt ter voorkoming van beroertes
Date:9/3/2013

AMSTERDAM, 3 september 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Uitkomstgegevens over één jaar van het eerste cohort van het Global Anticoagulant Registry in the FIELD (GARFIELD), een innovatief, onafhankelijk, academisch onderzoeksinitiatief, geven inzicht in het verhoogde beroerterisico onder subpopulaties van patiënten met atriumfibrillatie (AF). De bevindingen zijn deze week met acht abstracten gepresenteerd op het ESC Congress 2013 en tonen gezamenlijk aan dat anticoagulatietherapie – waarvan bekend is dat deze het risico op een beroerte in AF-patiënten aanzienlijk verlaagt – consistent onvoldoende wordt gebruikt voor deze risicogroep van AF-patiënten.

GARFIELD wordt geleid door een internationale stuurcommissie onder toezicht van het Thrombosis Research Institute (TRI) in Londen. Het is een internationale, observationele, multicentrale, prospectieve studie die gericht is op het begrijpen van de wereldwijde belasting veroorzaakt door AF, een veel voorkomende aandoening waarbij de twee bovenste kamers van het hart (de atria) trillen in plaats van ritmisch te slaan en die kan leiden tot levensbedreigende complicaties, inclusief een beroerte. Tot 2% van de populatie heeft AF.(1) Ondanks de beschikbaarheid van uiterst effectieve preventieve behandelingen vormt de AF-gerelateerde beroerte nog steeds een belangrijke en groeiende klinische en sociale belasting.

"Deze gegevens over één jaar van GARFIELD laten zien dat in de dagelijkse klinische praktijk niet altijd de op bewijs gebaseerde richtlijnen voor het voorkomen van beroertes worden gevolgd", aldus Professor The Lord Ajay Kakkar, Professor Chirurgie van het University College London en directeur van het TRI in Londen (Engeland). "Tezamen benadrukken deze nieuwe bevindingen nog eens wat is geobserveerd in klinische
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