Anticoagulant Drugs & Surgery
Anticoagulant drugs may be administered to patients coming for surgery for a variety of reasons. The anaesthetist should have a practical working knowledge of the effects of these drugs and the methods of reversing their effects. There are two basic types of anticoagulant drugs in clinical use, the orally administered vitamin-K antagonists, and the heparins.
KeywordsElimination Half Life Elimination Kinetic Anticoagulant Drug Plasma Elimination Half Life Intravascular Catheter
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