LIFES AND LIMBS: ACCESS TO SECONDARY PREVENTION WITH AAS AND RIVAROXABAN IN PATIENTS WITH SYMPTOMATIC PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE

  • Frederico Bastos Goncalves Hospital de Santa Marta, Centro Hospitalar Universitário de Lisboa Central & NOVA Medical School, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal
  • Hugo Dias Valentim Hospital da CUF Descobertas, Lisboa, Portugal
Keywords: Peripheral arterial disease, Secondary prevention, Antiplatelet, Anticoagulation, Adverse events

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Published
2021-03-05
Section
Letter