Challenging Cases of Acquired Coagulopathy Encountered in the ED– Review the prevalence, pathophysiology, causes, clinical assessment, and risk factors of acquired coagulopathy in emergency and trauma patients.
Implement appropriate monitoring strategies using the interpretation of commonly available coagulation laboratory assays, key biomarkers, and transfusion algorithms for emergency and trauma patients.
Review guidelines and expert recommendations for managing perioperative bleeding in surgical and trauma patients, including strategies for blood conservation, transfusion, and clinical effects of newer antithrombotic, anticoagulant, and antiplatelet drugs
Distinguish clinical issues in managing anticoagulant-associated intracerebral hemorrhage (AAICH), acute traumatic coagulopathy, and transfusion-related postoperative surgical complications.
Incorporate new clinical data into perioperative strategies for reversing and managing acquired coagulopathy and restoring perioperative hemostasis in emergency, trauma, and surgical patients.
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