by Howard Greller A 37-year-old man with a history of asthma and hypothyroidism presents to your emergency department complaining that he hasn’t been feeling well for a few days. He reports having chills, nausea without vomiting, some loose stool, diffuse body aches, some rhinorrhea, and feeling ill at ease. In your detailed history, it is […]
So you have a patient with intracranial bleeding or you have a high pre-ct suspicion of intracranial bleeding and they are taking coumadin, aspirin, or clopidogrel. Should you reverse them? If so, how?