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The Lab's Changing Role in Measuring Anticoagulants

The Lab's Changing Role in Measuring Anticoagulants
  • Copyright: 2013
  • Author: Michael Laposata
  • Speaker: Michael Laposata

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This recorded version of the AACC webinar, The Lab's Changing Role in Measuring Anticoagulants, was originally held September 5, 2012. Learn how anticoagulants - both old and new - are currently being used by clinicians to treat various conditions and diseases, the physiological mechanics of how each anticoagulant affects the coagulation cascade, and what assays should be used to monitor various anticoagulants. Recommended treatment, monitoring and testing algorithms for traditional anticoagulants such as warfarin and heparin, and newer anticoagulants such as dabigatran and rivaroxiban ,are also covered.