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#Estrogen (Uterine, renal)
#Estrogen (Uterine, renal)
#PPI/Pepcid/Octreotide (GI)
#PPI/Pepcid/Octreotide (GI)
==Vitamin K Deficiency==
#FFP
#Vitamin K (+/- takes 24hrs to affect & 2wk to wear off)
==Warfarin==
*See [[Warfarin (Coumadin) Reversal]]
==Heparin/Lovenox==
#Protamie (1mg IV Q100 U of heparin in previous 4hrs)
#Massive bleed --> cryoprecipitate (10 U IV), then FFP (& platelets, aminocaproic acid infusion if nec)
See [[Heparin (Unfractionated)]]
==Liver Disease==
See [[Coagulation Disorders]]
==Renal Disease==
See [[Coagulation Disorders]]
==DIC==
See [[DIC]]
==Factor VIII Inhibitor==
(PTT does not correct after mixing)
#high dose Factor VII, prothrombin, or recombinant factor VIIa
==Lupus Anticoagulant==
(rare)
#warfarin or ASA


==See Also==
==See Also==
*[[Hemophilia]]
*[[Coagulation Disorders]]
*[[Coagulation Disorders]]


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


[[Category:Heme/Onc]]
[[Category:Heme/Onc]]

Revision as of 22:37, 17 December 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)

See Also

Source

  • Tintinalli