anticoagulation

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the administration of an anticoagulant drug to retard coagulation of the blood

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Hoping for something like "embolic stroke, hoping to anticoagulate in future," I instead found things like "To SNF or rehab soon" or "case discussed with family" as the entire impression and plan.
BD Microtainer MAP tubes are used to collect, anticoagulate, transport and store blood specimens for measurement of hematology parameters including WBC, RBC, Hgb, HCT, MCV, MCH, MCHC, Platelets, 5-part WBC differential (neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils) and Reticulocytes, as well as Whole Blood Lead Testing.
Q: How can we effectively anticoagulate our hemodialysis patients, their catheters, and the extracorporeal circuit without putting them at risk for heparin overdosage and significant bleeding events?
Leech saliva contains a potent cocktail of chemicals, including hirudin, a powerful anticoagulate that prevents blood clotting.
Complications may, however, occur after cardioversion and we do anticoagulate our patients longer than some[15], but we think that this is justified by the delay in restoration of atrial systole experienced by some patients[16] and because the risk of arrhythmia recurrence is highest in the first month.
In this situation--an elderly patient with atrial fibrillation and gastrointestinal bleeding--both heart and medical training speak with 1 voice: Do not anticoagulate.
I am encouraged by the promising results demonstrated with PMX-60056 regarding the reversal of heparin, and subsequent ability to anticoagulate and reverse again soon after," commented Dr.
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