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The Analysis of Patients Admitted to the Emergency Department Due to Complications Related to Warfarin Treatment
Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine
Objective: Warfarin is the most commonly used oral anticoagulant around the world. The most important complication of warfarin is bleeding. This study was conducted to evaluate the patients who were admitted to our emergency department due to complications related to warfarin treatment. Material and Methods: Eighty-nine patients (32 females, 57 males) were enrolled into this retrospective study. The patients were evaluated according to their age, gender, duration of therapy (year),doi:10.5152/jaem.2014.075 fatcat:bm2nxfa3wzal7iqq4dxt6h3pbq