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Den antitrombotisk behandlede patient

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Overlæge Jørn Dalsgaard Nielsen, overlæge Hans Morten Schnack Rasmussen & ledende overlæge Steen Elkjær Husted Amtssygehuset i Gentofte, Trombosecentret, Klinisk-biokemisk Afdeling, H:S Bispebjerg Hospital, Kirurgisk Afdeling K, og Århus Universitetshospital, Århus Sygehus, Medicinsk Kardiologisk Afdeling A
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Ugeskr Læger 2006;168(49):4296-4299
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4296-4299
Summary The antithrombotic-treated patient Ugeskr Læger 2006;168(49):4296-4299 Management of perioperative treatment with anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs is a complex medical problem. Careful preoperative evaluation of the risk of bleeding and thromboembolism with and without of antithrombotic therapy is the key prerequisite to secure safe outcome of elective, invasive procedures performed on patients treated with antithrombotic agents. In emergency cases, knowledge of the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of antithrombotic drugs and of the effect of antidotes and blood-derived, recombinant, and other haemostatic products is important.
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