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The understanding of the importance of platelets and coagulation factors in therothrombotic events has led to the widespread use as well as continuous development of new antithrombotic agents. This field of cardiovascular pharmacology has advanced at a very rapid rate. Understanding the basic principles of atherothrombosis as well as the pharmacological agents currently available or under clinical development are key to health care professionals treating patients with atherothrombotic manifestations, in particular coronary artery disease. In Clinical Guide to the Use of Antithrombotic Drugs in Coronary Artery Disease Drs Angiolillo, Kastrati and Simon, along with 51 international well-recognized and established contributors have created chapters which describe: the basic concepts of atherothrombosis the pharmacological principles, indications for use, and pitfalls of antithrombotic agents most commonly utilized in treating patients with coronary artery disease special clinical scenarios which may imply a multi-pharmacological approach or which represent undesired effects of antithrombotic agents
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