Anticoagulation and regional anesthesia concerns
Adam M. Kaye: 0000-0002-7224-3322
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Essentials of Regional Anesthesia
Interventional pain management is an emerging specialty that uses procedures to diagnose and treat chronic pain. Most of these procedures are performed percutaneously and carry a risk of bleeding . Regional anesthesia similarly uses percutaneous injection techniques for surgery, perioperatively, and postoperative analgesia. Patients undergoing these treatments may be receiving exogenous anticoagulants or have impaired hemostasis.
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Shah, Rinoo; Kaye, Alan D.; Kaye, Adam M.; and Tsai, Jeffrey Y., "Anticoagulation and regional anesthesia concerns" (2012). School of Pharmacy Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 63.