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Direct oral anticoagulants and warfarin in patients with cirrhosis: a comparison of outcomes

直接口服抗凝药和华法林治疗肝硬化的疗效比较

  • 影响因子:2.56
  • DOI:10.1007/s11239-019-02035-0
  • 作者列表:"Davis, Kyle A.","Joseph, Joel","Nisly, Sarah A.
  • 发表时间:2020-01-08
Abstract

Anticoagulation management in patients with cirrhosis presents several challenges as a result of alterations in hemostasis. Historically vitamin k antagonists and low molecular weight heparins have been the agents of choice in this patient population. Direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) may provide an alternative to traditional anticoagulant therapy. To evaluate the rate of major bleeding among patients receiving DOACs or warfarin with cirrhosis. A retrospective, observational, cohort study of adult patients admitted between January 2012 and July 2018 with diagnosis of cirrhosis receiving anticoagulation with DOAC or warfarin therapy was performed. Patients were stratified based on the receipt of a DOAC or warfarin. The primary endpoint was incidence of major bleeding at 90 days. Secondary endpoints included stroke or embolic event at 90 days as well as rehospitalization and mortality at 1 year. One hundred sixty-seven patients were included for analysis; of which 110 received warfarin and 57 received a DOAC. The most commonly used DOAC was apixaban (52.6%) followed by rivaroxaban (45.6%) and dabigratran (1.8%). The incidence of major bleeding was similar between warfarin and DOAC groups (9.1% vs. 5.2% p = 0.381). No difference in the rate of stroke or recurrent embolic event at 90 days was identified between the two groups (0% vs. 1.58% p = 0.341; 1.8% vs. 1.8% p = 0.731). In conclusion DOACs appear to be a safe alternative to warfarin in patients with mild to moderate cirrhosis. Further studies are warranted to confirm these findings.

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肝硬化患者的抗凝管理由于止血的改变提出了几个挑战。历史上,维生素k 拮抗剂和低分子量肝素一直是该患者人群的首选药物。直接口服抗凝药 (DOACs) 可能提供传统抗凝治疗的替代方案。评估接受 DOACs 或华法林治疗的肝硬化患者的大出血发生率。对 2012年1月至 2018年7月收治的诊断为肝硬化接受 DOAC 或华法林抗凝治疗的成人患者进行了一项回顾性、观察性、队列研究。根据 DOAC 或华法林的接收情况对患者进行分层。主要终点是 90 天大出血的发生率。次要终点包括 90 天的卒中或栓塞事件以及 1 年时的再住院和死亡率。110 例患者被纳入分析; 其中例接受华法林治疗,57 例接受 DOAC 治疗。最常用的 DOAC 是阿哌沙班 (52.6%),其次是利伐沙班 (45.6%) 和达比格拉坦 (1.8%)。华法林组和 DOAC 组的大出血发生率相似 (9.1% vs.5.2%,p = 0.381)。两组间 90 天卒中或栓塞事件复发率无差异 (0% vs.1.58% p = 0.341; 1.8% vs.1.8% p = 0.731)。总之,DOACs 似乎是轻中度肝硬化患者华法林的安全替代品。需要进一步的研究来证实这些发现。

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