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Treatment of coagulation depends on the type of coagulation problem. It is strongly recommended that this occurs by explicit testing (i.e. ISAC Panel) because of the severe bleeding risk and other problems that using anti-coagulates without monitoring and testing may produce (many of the drugs used are also used in rat poison).

 

See the left hand column on Coagulation Problems to see what treatments are available

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