Assessment of bleeding risk of interventional techniques: a best evidence synthesis of practice patterns and perioperative management of anticoagulant and antithrombotic therapy.

@article{Manchikanti2013AssessmentOB,
  title={Assessment of bleeding risk of interventional techniques: a best evidence synthesis of practice patterns and perioperative management of anticoagulant and antithrombotic therapy.},
  author={Laxmaiah Manchikanti and Frank J. E. Falco and Ramsin M. Benyamin and David L Caraway and Alan D. Kaye and Standiford Helm and Bradley W. Wargo and Hans Hansen and Allan T. Parr and Vijay Singh and John R Swicegood and Howard Smith and David M Schultz and Yogesh Malla and J A Hirsch},
  journal={Pain physician},
  year={2013},
  volume={16 2 Suppl},
  pages={SE261-318}
}
BACKGROUND Interventional pain management is a specialty that utilizes invasive procedures to diagnose and treat chronic pain. Patients undergoing these treatments may be receiving exogenous anticoagulants and antithrombotics. Even though the risk of major bleeding is very small, the consequences can be catastrophic. However, the role of antithrombotic therapy for primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease to decrease the incidence of acute cerebral and cardiovascular events is… CONTINUE READING

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