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Large-Scale Global Registry to Examine Treatment Patterns and Disease Burden Among Patients with Venous Thromboembolism (VTE)
Date:9/3/2013

op="name">GARFIELD AF and GARFIELD VTE.  The real-world, global observational programme seeks to describe the real-life burden of these diseases, and provide a better understanding of antithrombotic treatment patterns and potential opportunities for improving care and clinical outcomes. 

GARFIELD AF (atrial fibrillation) is the largest prospective registry of patients with AF at risk of stroke.  It will prospectively follow 50,000 newly-diagnosed AF patients from at least 1,000 centres in 34 countries in the Americas, Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.  Results to date show that anticoagulant therapy, particularly vitamin K antagonists (VKA), which are known to prevent stroke, are underutilised in AF patients who are at high risk for stroke while at the same time being over-used in low-risk patients.

GARFIELD VTE will include 10,000 patients with acute VTE and indicated for anticoagulation, across 500 randomly selected sites, from 20-25 countries over four years.  The registry will focus on treatment duration, incidence of complications, practical aspects and health economic and outcomes research.

About the Thrombosis Research Institute (TRI)
TRI is a charitable foundation and multi-disciplinary research institute dedicated to the study of thrombosis and related disorders. TRI's mission is to provide excellence in thrombosis research and education; to develop new strategies to prevent and treat thrombosis; and thereby improve quality of care, advance clinical outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. The TRI is a member of University College London Partners Academic Health Science System.

For more information, visit http://www.tri-london.ac.uk/garfield.


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