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aUsed for comparison in all HAT-studies.

bA patient could have suffered multiple TECs of different types.

cPelvic veins, 11; vena cava, 8; iliac vein, 6; subclavian vein, 3; portal vein, 2; brachiocephalic vein, 1; thrombosis leg (unspecified), 3.

Abbreviations: HAT, heparin-associated thrombocytopenia; TEC, thromboembolic complication.

aUsed for comparison in all HAT-studies.

bA patient could have suffered multiple TECs of different types.

cPelvic veins, 11; vena cava, 8; iliac vein, 6; subclavian vein, 3; portal vein, 2; brachiocephalic vein, 1; thrombosis leg (unspecified), 3.

Abbreviations: HAT, heparin-associated thrombocytopenia; TEC, thromboembolic complication.

anticoagulants (e.g., phenprocoumon [n = 27]), no anticoagulation (n = 23), or miscellaneous treatments (e.g., aspirin [n = 5], low molecular weight heparin [n = 8], or thrombolytics [n = 4]). Incomplete data for 17 patients in the control group precluded treatment assignment.

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