Az ENDORSE vizsgálat magyarországi eredményei: Az akut kórházi betegek vénásthromboembolia-kockázatának és -profilaxisának nemzetközi, keresztmetszeti felmérése

Translated title of the contribution: Results of ENDORSE study in Hungary. Multinational, cross-sectional study to assess the prevalence of venous thromboembolism risk and prophylaxis in acute hospital care setting

Hajna Losonczy, Attila Tar, Gyula Domján, Klára Gadó, Éva Gyáni, Ilona Szalisznyó, Gábor Kecskés, Gyozo Wrana, József Lakatos, Csaba Borbély, István Ledniczki, Seif Al-Absi, Klára Mayer, István Jójárt, Csaba Ruzsa, Béla Bernáth, M. Zeher, G. Kerekes, Hajna Losonczy

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Information about the risk of venous thromboembolism and prophylactic practices around the world is limited. ENDORSE (Epidemiologic International Day for the Evaluation of Patients at Risk for Venous Thromboembolism in the Acute Hospital Care Setting) study is a multinational cross-sectional survey designed to assess the prevalence of venous thromboembolism (VTE) risk in the acute hospital care setting, and to determine the proportion of at-risk patients who receive appropriate prophylaxis. All hospital inpatients aged 40 years or above admitted to a medical ward, or those aged 18 years or above admitted to a surgical ward, in 358 randomly selected hospitals across 32 countries were assessed for risk of VTE on the basis of hospital chart review. The 2004 American College of Chest Physicians evidence-based consensus guidelines were used to assess venous thromboembolism risk and to determine whether patients were receiving recommended prophylaxis. Nine Hungarian centers were included in the international survey, and a total of 1300 patients were assessed for thrombosis risk in Hungary. Of these patients 39.9% (N = 519) were judged at risk for VTE, including 58.2% (N = 253) surgical and 30.8% (N = 266) medical patients. 56.6% (N = 294) ofthe total at-risk patients received ACCP-recommended VTE prophylaxis. Among major surgery patients 86.6% (N = 219) received recommended prophylaxis compared with 28.2% (N = 75) of medical patients. In Hungary more than two-thirds of at-risk hospitalized medical patients did not receive appropriate prophylaxis. ENDORSE results reinforced that a large proportion of hospitalized surgical and medical patients are at risk for VTE worldwide as well as in Hungary. The rate of at-risk patients receiving appropriate prophylaxis should be urgently inceased.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)2069-2076
Number of pages8
JournalOrvosi Hetilap
Volume149
Issue number44
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2 2008

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Az ENDORSE vizsgálat magyarországi eredményei : Az akut kórházi betegek vénásthromboembolia-kockázatának és -profilaxisának nemzetközi, keresztmetszeti felmérése. / Losonczy, Hajna; Tar, Attila; Domján, Gyula; Gadó, Klára; Gyáni, Éva; Szalisznyó, Ilona; Kecskés, Gábor; Wrana, Gyozo; Lakatos, József; Borbély, Csaba; Ledniczki, István; Al-Absi, Seif; Mayer, Klára; Jójárt, István; Ruzsa, Csaba; Bernáth, Béla; Zeher, M.; Kerekes, G.; Losonczy, Hajna.

In: Orvosi Hetilap, Vol. 149, No. 44, 02.11.2008, p. 2069-2076.

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Losonczy, H, Tar, A, Domján, G, Gadó, K, Gyáni, É, Szalisznyó, I, Kecskés, G, Wrana, G, Lakatos, J, Borbély, C, Ledniczki, I, Al-Absi, S, Mayer, K, Jójárt, I, Ruzsa, C, Bernáth, B, Zeher, M, Kerekes, G & Losonczy, H 2008, 'Az ENDORSE vizsgálat magyarországi eredményei: Az akut kórházi betegek vénásthromboembolia-kockázatának és -profilaxisának nemzetközi, keresztmetszeti felmérése', Orvosi Hetilap, vol. 149, no. 44, pp. 2069-2076. https://doi.org/10.1556/OH.2008.28488
Losonczy, Hajna ; Tar, Attila ; Domján, Gyula ; Gadó, Klára ; Gyáni, Éva ; Szalisznyó, Ilona ; Kecskés, Gábor ; Wrana, Gyozo ; Lakatos, József ; Borbély, Csaba ; Ledniczki, István ; Al-Absi, Seif ; Mayer, Klára ; Jójárt, István ; Ruzsa, Csaba ; Bernáth, Béla ; Zeher, M. ; Kerekes, G. ; Losonczy, Hajna. / Az ENDORSE vizsgálat magyarországi eredményei : Az akut kórházi betegek vénásthromboembolia-kockázatának és -profilaxisának nemzetközi, keresztmetszeti felmérése. In: Orvosi Hetilap. 2008 ; Vol. 149, No. 44. pp. 2069-2076.
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