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Blood Thinners: NOAC Comparison Chart and Coagulation Cascade with Drug sites

Important EKGs: STEMI equivalents and other “Can’t Miss” EKGs

Smart CT Scanning: Contrast Myths, Radiation Stewardship, etc.

 

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Comment from Dennis Goldfinger
Time: August 21, 2007, 9:56 am

Brady – This is excellent, although a little complicated with so much on one slide – We always use Roman numerals for coag factors, so that 5a & 8a should be corrected – I’m not sure what you mean when you say that the PTT reflects primarily Factor XI since it will detect significant deficiencies in any of the Factors that it includes – Anyway, very nice job – I’m proud of you – Dennis

Comment from Eric M Barach, M.D., FACEP
Time: October 22, 2007, 6:56 am

Need to make it just one step more complex and add Lovenox effect; probably on your lower left area, that is fairly empty, Mainly affecting factor X on a 4:1 basis over heparin, with minimal effects on thrombin and other factors.

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