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Reversal of Anticoagulation After Cerebral Hemorrhage 

Reversal of Anticoagulation After Cerebral Hemorrhage
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Reversal of Anticoagulation After Cerebral Hemorrhage
Author(s):

Eelco F. M Wijdicks

and Alejandro A Rabinstein

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199843626.003.0002
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date: 18 September 2019

Anticoagulation-associated cerebral hemorrhage often results in expansion and worsening of the clinical condition. Early reversal of anticoagulation is key to reduce the hemorrhage volume. Traditionally it involves administration of fresh frozen plasma and vitamin K, but this chapter discusses new pharmacologic approaches.

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