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XXXXXX es conocida por ANTECEDENTES DE HIPERTENSION ARTERIAL SEVERA, y desde enero es conocida por mi persona por haber presentado CRISIS HIPERTENSIVA mas CUADRO CLINICO de ANGINA INESTABLE (INFARTO DE MIOCARDIO), siendo tratada con ANTICOAGULACION ENDOVENOSA en su etapa aguda y manejada luego AMBULATORIAMENTE con nitritos orales.......
Explanation: this is what is actually used in the treatment of an acute MI. Thrombolitic agents like urokinase are given intravenously to break up any clots that already exist in the coronary arteries to prevent further damage to the myocardium. "Anticoagulants" are drugs like heparin or coumadin that are given prophalactically to prevent formation of new clots, and although they may be given to MI patients after the acute phase (though not necessarily), the context is clearly talking about thrombolytics.
I do not see any "anticoagulans" here but process of anticoagulation.
Please refer to:
Anticoagulation consulting service which offers cost effective solutions for oral and intravenous anticoagulation therapy. Patients treated with the medications indicated for clotting disorders would benefit from this service. http://www.pslgroup.com/dg/2447a.htm