Expert: Blood thinners could save thousands of surgery patients

Thousands of Canadian surgical patients die needlessly each year from blood clots, a thrombosis specialist says. He advocates administration of prophylactic anticoagulants, adding that evidence is "overwhelming" that blood thinners should be used routinely.

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