Management of perioperative bleeding in renal patients

Heras Benito, M.; Sánchez Hernández, R.; Fernández-Reyes, M. J.; Isabel Díez Lobo, A.
December 2008
Nefrologia;Dec2008, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p593
Academic Journal
The article presents information on managing perioperative bleeding in patients with kidney diseases. The surgical risk in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) depends on the type of surgery involved and on the elective or emergency nature of the operation. CKD patients may require surgery and thus have a high risk of bleeding. A number of factors have been identified which are responsible for the association between bleeding and uremia. Eliminating uremic toxins shortens bleeding time.


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