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View Poll Results: What is used to treat overanticoagulation?
vitamin K, 2-5 mg given PO or SQ 0 0%
a concentrate of the prothrombin group of coagulation factors 0 0%
fresh frozen plasma 15 ml/kg 0 0%
recombinant factor VIIa 0 0%
all of the above 4 100.00%
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Old October 15th, 2002, 10:39
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What is used to treat overanticoagulation?

The authors state that all of the following may be used:

  • 2-5 mg of vitamin K given PO or SQ
  • a concentrate of the prothrombin group of coagulation factors, including II, IX, and X
  • fresh frozen plasma 15 ml/kg
  • recombinant factor VIIa
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