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“…Three short reports with small number of patients from the 1970s reported pulmonary emboli in up to a third of GBS patients who were not anticoagulated. [8][9][10] An earlier paper reported DVTs in three of 44 patients (who were not anticoagulated) during their period of arti cial ventilation. 11 In our group of patients, the rate of clinically detected DVT was lower (7%), and this is probably attributable to routine anticoagulation, but other factors such as routine use of thromboembolic deterrent (TED) stockings, early mobilization or improvement in nursing practice may also be contributing factors.…”
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“…Three short reports with small number of patients from the 1970s reported pulmonary emboli in up to a third of GBS patients who were not anticoagulated. [8][9][10] An earlier paper reported DVTs in three of 44 patients (who were not anticoagulated) during their period of arti cial ventilation. 11 In our group of patients, the rate of clinically detected DVT was lower (7%), and this is probably attributable to routine anticoagulation, but other factors such as routine use of thromboembolic deterrent (TED) stockings, early mobilization or improvement in nursing practice may also be contributing factors.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning