Reinitiating warfarin: relationships between dose and selected patient, clinical and hospital measures.

@article{Leonhard2015ReinitiatingWR,
  title={Reinitiating warfarin: relationships between dose and selected patient, clinical and hospital measures.},
  author={Lucas G Leonhard and Richard L. Berg and James K. Burmester and Joseph J. Mazza and John R. Schmelzer and Steven H Yale},
  journal={Clinical medicine & research},
  year={2015},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          1-6
        }
}
BACKGROUND Warfarin is an oral anticoagulant used in the long-term treatment/prevention of venothromboembolic disease. Patients undergoing elective surgical and non-surgical procedures may require temporary warfarin discontinuation followed by reinitiation after their procedure. Because little information is available regarding best methods for warfarin reinitiation, we investigated current practices to inform management decisions. METHODS Subjects were required to have a known and stable… CONTINUE READING