Safely giving regional anesthesia to gravidas with clotting disorders


Regional pain relief may be too risky in patients with coagulation disorders, whether they're induced by anticoagulants to manage or prevent adverse pregnancy outcomes linked with VTE or thrombophilia, or due to a coagulopathy. Benefits and risks can include a rare but catastrophic complication: spinal hematoma.

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