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Υπεβλήθη για την εκπλήρωση μέρους των απαιτήσεων για την απόκτηση του Abstract In modern obstetric anesthesia, regional techniques (epidural, subarachnoid, combined anesthesia) are now the preferred techniques for providing anesthesia. Meanwhile, the perioperative management of patients receiving antithrombotic agents (antiplatelet and anticoagulants) is becoming increasingly frequent in daily practice. The administration of anticoagulants during pregnancy is challenging due to thedoi:10.26253/heal.uth.12484 fatcat:gmy6ur5yl5gj7pvoivaledmfo4