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Moderate-risk and moderately high-risk general surgery patients should receive prophylaxis with LDUH or LMWH; high-risk patients warrant a combination of mechanical and anticoagulant prophylaxis.
Mechanical prophylaxis is warranted in patients at high risk of bleeding; otherwise LDUH or LMWH is recommended for moderate-risk patients, and LMWH is recommended for high-risk patients.
Patients who require surgery for hip fracture should receive anticoagulant prophylaxis with fondaparinux, LMWH, LDUH, or adjusted-dose vitamin K antagonist (target INR 2.5).
Patients undergoing major gynecologic or open urologic procedures should receive prophylaxis with LDUH administered b.i.d.
Burn patients with any additional risk factors for thromboembolism should be given prophylaxis with LDUH or LMWH as soon as the physician considers it safe.
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* LDUH, LMWH, or IPC for higher-risk general surgery
* Twice-daily LDUH for major gynecological surgery for benign disease
* Three-times-daily dose LDUH for gynecological surgery for malignancy
* IPC with GCS for intracranial surgery; LDUH or postoperative LMWH are acceptable alternatives
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