Factor XI Antisense Oligonucleotides for Post-operative VTE and Intra-arterial Treatment for Stroke
Nathan and Amol want you to understand the following:
1. Factor XI is a promising treatment target for preventing VTE, with a recent study showing that an antisense oligonucleotide was more effective in reducing VTE and had less associated bleeding than enoxaparin.
2. Intra-arterial treatments for stroke with the latest generation of devices was found to be effective in patients with moderately symptomatic strokes due to large vessel occlusion.
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