Subcutaneous heparin therapy during pregnancy: a need for concern at the time of delivery.

Abstract

Subcutaneous heparin is the treatment of choice for women requiring anticoagulant therapy during pregnancy. However, heparin therapy presents a management problem at delivery because of its potential to cause a persistent anticoagulant effect and thus increase the risk of bleeding. In order to avoid therapeutic complications it has been our practice to have… (More)

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