Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Warfarin
Saqib S Sheikh, Mohsin Nazir, Shahid Hameed, Irshad Hussain, Nisar Ahmed, Aftab A Tariq Resolution of Left Atrial Appendage Thrombi with anticoagulant Therapy in candidates for Percutaneous Mitral Commissurotomy. Ann King Edward Med Uni Jul - Sep 2002;8(3):230-2.
Nadeem Ikram, Masood Anwar, Suhaib Ahmad, Muhammad Ayub Fibrinolysis in Patients with Post-Operative Thrombosis. J Rawal Med Coll Jun 2002;6(1):12-6.
Furkhunda Bahar, Arshalooz Rehman, Yasmeena Khan, K Z Hashmi Purpura Fulminans with Protein C Deficiency. J Pak Assoc Derma Jan - Mar 2002;12(1):29-33.
Asmat Kamal Ansari, Israr Ahmed Akhund, Abdul Qadir Shaikh Stroke in Elderly; Identification of Risk Factors. J Ayub Med Coll Abottabad Jul - Sep 2001;13(3):11-3.
Nighat Bilal Prophylactic anticoagulation for perioperative deep venous thrombosis. J Pak Inst Med Sci Jan 2001;8-12:603-5.
M Naeem Khan, Mansoor Nadeem, M Ayyub, M Farooq Khattak, M Anwar, Azmat Rashid, Karamat Ahmed Karamat Lupus anticoagulant: A cause for stroke in young adults. Pak J Pathol Apr - Jun 1999;10(2):4-6.
Muhammad Arif Nadeem, Tariq Waseem, Khalid Mahmood, Syed Fakhar Imam, Abdul Hafeez Khan Differences in Clinical Profile and Echocardiographic Findings in Patients with Valvular Vs Non-valvular Origin of Atrial Fibrillation. Ann King Edward Med Uni Jan - Mar 1999;5(1):44-7.
Mansoor Nadeem, M Ayub, M Naeem Khan, Farooq Khattak, Azmat Rashid, M Muzaffar, M Saleem Lupus Anticoagulant as a cause of Stroke in young Adults. J Rawal Med Coll Dec 1998;2(1-2):15-7.
Nasim Abbas, Irshad Hussain, Muhammad Amjad, Fahim Pervez Akhtar Aetiological Incidence of Epistaxis in Various Age Groups and Sex at Mayo Hospital, Lahore. Ann King Edward Med Uni Oct - Dec 1998;4(4):18-9.
Samina Qazi, Khaleeq uz Zaman Impact of mode of trauma on the outcome of moderate head injuries. J Pak Inst Med Sci Dec 1997;7(2)8(1,2):505-8.
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