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Wskazania do niestandardowego stosowania profilaktyki przeciwzakrzepowej u chorych z rakiem jajnika – opis dwóch przypadków i przegląd piśmiennictwa

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Indications for a non-standard use of thromboprophylaxis in patients with ovarian cancer – two case reports and a literature review
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The authors report two cases of gynecologic malignancy in women receiving different thromboprophylactic regimens. Presently, everyday clinical problems are not always solved based on the well-established standards for the preventive management in venous thromboembolism. The paper presents a review of the literature on the principles for the use of lowmolecular- weight heparins in patients undergoing oncologic surgeries, with particular attention to the aspects of thrombotic risk and suggestions on non-standard management in cases not included in the guidelines. The recommendations of scientific associations, due to their inertia, are released with a delay relative to research, and may present inconsistent views due to the differences in publication timing. This article is to raise readers’ awareness of the scale of the problem and the importance of the effects of thromboembolic complications on prognosis in cancer. The need to assess the risk of these complications at every stage of cancer treatment should be emphasized. Additionally, risk assessment can be used as an opportunity to educate patients in this aspect.
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Autorzy opisują dwa przypadki kobiet z nowotworami narządów rodnych, u których zastosowano różne schematy profilaktyki przeciwzakrzepowej. Obecnie dobrze opracowane standardy postępowania zapobiegającego żylnej chorobie zatorowo-zakrzepowej nie zawsze są w stanie rozwiązać problemy kliniczne dnia codziennego. W pracy dokonano przeglądu piśmiennictwa dotyczącego zasad stosowania heparyn drobnocząsteczkowych u chorych poddawanych zabiegom onkologicznym, zwracając uwagę na aspekty ryzyka zakrzepowego oraz sugerując niestandardowe postępowanie w przypadkach, które nie są uwzględniane w wytycznych. Zalecenia towarzystw naukowych ze względu na swoją inercję ukazują się z pewnym opóźnieniem w stosunku do szeregu prowadzonych badań, a niekiedy ze względu na różny czas publikacji w pewnych zagadnieniach przedstawiają niespójne poglądy. Niniejszy artykuł ma uświadomić czytelnikom skalę problemu, wagę wpływu powikłań zatorowo-zakrzepowych na rokowania w chorobie nowotworowej. Należy podkreślać konieczność oceny ryzyka występowania tych powikłań na każdym etapie leczenia onkologicznego. Dodatkowo ocenę ryzyka można wykorzystać jako okazję do edukacji chorych w tym aspekcie.
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  • Pleszewskie Centrum Medyczne w Pleszewie Sp. z o.o., Pleszew, Polska
  • Studenckie Koło Naukowe Mikrobiologii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Poznaniu, Poznań, Polska
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