Nicole Speredelozzi, PharmD

Articles

A review of antithrombotic therapies in acute coronary syndrome: Should unfractionated heparin be replaced?

March 01, 2007

Cardiovascular disease afflicts more than 71.3 million people in the United States and accounts for more deaths annually than any other cause. The estimated direct and indirect costs associated with cardiovascular disease in 2006 ($403 billion) were more than double the costs associated with cancer ($190 billion), which is the second-leading cause of death in the United States.