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ADVANCE-2 CLINICAL TRIAL

ELIQUIS (apixaban) has demonstrated superior efficacy with a comparable bleeding rate vs. enoxaparin in patients receiving treatment for prevention of VTE recurrence after elective total knee replacement surgery1

* Patients received ELIQUIS 2.5 mg BD started 12–24 hours after surgery, and enoxaparin-matching placebo injections OD.1
† Patients received subcutaneous enoxaparin 40 mg OD started 12 hours before operation, and ELIQUIS-matching placebo tablets BD.1

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ELIQUIS is also available for your patients with acute DVT / PE2

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ELIQUIS (apixaban) SmPC

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ELIQUIS (apixaban) Patient Information Leaflet

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ADVANCE-2 = Apixaban Dosed Orally Versus Anticoagulation with Enoxaparin 2   
ARR = Absolute Risk Ratio   
BD = Twice Daily   
DVT = Deep Vein Thrombosis   
LMWH = Low Molecular Weight Heparin
OD = Once Daily   
PE = Pulmonary Embolism   
RR = Relative Risk   
SC = Subcutaneous   
VTE = Venous Thromboembolic Events

* Not all patients who start on ELIQUIS for acute DVT / PE will stay on ELIQUIS; some acute DVT / PE patients who receive treatment do not require treatment for the prevention of recurrent DVT / PE. Other patients may be prescribed ELIQUIS for the prevention of recurrent VTE after initial treatment for acute DVDT PE with another anticoagulant.1 This is a decision for the prescribing clinician together with patient involvement in the decision-making.

Reference

  1. Lassen MR et al. Lancet 2010; 375: 807–815.