|Outcomes at median 11.8 months||Self management||Clinic-based management||RRR (95% CI)||NNT (CI)|
|†Abbreviations defined in glossary; RRR, NNT, and CI calculated from data in article.|
|Major complication||2.2%||7.3%||70% (37 to 86)||20 (12 to 46)|
|Severe haemorrhagic complication||1.1%||1.9%||43% (−82 to 82)||Not significant|
|Thromboembolic complication||1.1%||5.4%||80% (45 to 93)||23 (14 to 52)|
|Minor haemorrhagic complication||15%||36%||59% (46 to 69)||5 (4 to 7)|
|Death||1.6%||4.1%||60% (1 to 84)||41 (20 to 2994)|
Patient self management of anticoagulants resulted in fewer major complications than clinic-based management
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