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==Liver Disease==
==Liver Disease==
#Vitamin K
See [[Coagulation Disorders]]
#PPI/pepcid/octreotide (variceal bleed)
#FFP
#Plts
#DDAVP


==Renal Disease==
==Renal Disease==
#pRBCs (<8 Hb)
See [[Coagulation Disorders]]
#Hemodialysis
#DDAVP
#Conjugated estrogens (unknown mechanism)
#Cyroprecipitate & platelets (in life-threatening bleed only)


==DIC==
==DIC==
(see also DIC)
See [[DIC]]
 
#IVF
#PRBCs
#Vitamin K
#Folate (1mg IV)
 
 
If bleeding predominant DIC:
#FFP (2 U at a time)
#Cryoprecipitate (10 bags at a time)
#(Heparin is contraversial in thrombosis predominant DIC)


==Factor VIII Inhibitor==
==Factor VIII Inhibitor==

Revision as of 18:36, 12 October 2011

Treatments

  1. pRBCs
  2. DDAVP 0.3mg/kg subQ or IV (max 20mg)
  3. Platelets
  4. FFP
  5. Cryopreticipate
  6. Vitamin K (10mg SQ/IM)
  7. Protamine (Heparin)
  8. Estrogen (Uterine, renal)
  9. PPI/Pepcid/Octreotide (GI)

Warfarin/Vitamin K Deficiency

  1. FFP
  2. Vitamin K (+/- takes 24hrs to affect & 2wk to wear off)

Heparin/Lovenox

  1. Protamie (1mg IV Q100 U of heparin in previous 4hrs)
  2. Massive bleed --> cryoprecipitate (10 U IV), then FFP (& platelets, aminocaproic acid infusion if nec)

Liver Disease

See Coagulation Disorders

Renal Disease

See Coagulation Disorders

DIC

See DIC

Factor VIII Inhibitor

(PTT does not correct after mixing)

  1. high dose Factor VII, prothrombin, or recombinant factor VIIa

Lupus Anticoagulant

(rare)

  1. warfarin or ASA

Source

1/22/06 DONALDSON (adapted from Tintinalli's)