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Heparin mechanism

cofactor for the activation of antithrombin leading to decreased thrombin and factor Xa

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Use of Heparin

immediate anticoagulation for PE, acute coronary syndrome, MI, DVT **Follow PTT

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Heparin can be used during pregnancy bc...

it does not cross the placenta. Warfarin cannot be used in pregnancy.

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Toxicity of Heparin

-bleeding -HIT -osteoporosis

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For rapid reversal of Heparin, use...

protamine sulfate (which is a positively charged molecule that binds negatively charged heparin).

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Low-molecular weight heparins (2)

1. Enoxaparin 2. Dalteparin

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Low-molecular weight heparins act more on...

factor Xa, have better bioavailablity and 2-4x longer half life.

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Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT)

-development of IgG antibodies agaisnt heparin bound to platelet factor 4 (PF4) -Ab-heparin-PF4 complex activates platelets leading to thrombosis and thrombocytopenia

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Argatroban, Bivalirudin MOA

Inhibit thrombin directly

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Argatroban and Bivalirudin are used...

instead of heparin for anticoagulating pts with HIT.

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Warfarin MOA

-interferes with normal synthesis and gamma-carboxylation of vitamin-K dependent clotting factors II, VII, IX and X and proteins C and S

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Warfarin is metabolized by...

the CYP450s.

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In lab assays, Warfarin has an effect on the...

extrinsic pathways and increases PT.

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Use of Warfarin

-chronic anticoagulation (after STEMI, venous thromboembolism prophylaxis, stroke prevention) **Follow PT/INR values.

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Toxicity of Warfarin

-bleeding -teratogenic -skin/tissue necrosis

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For reversal of warfarin overdose

-give vitamin K -if rapid reversal is necessary, give FFP

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Apixaban and Rivaroxaban MOA

bind and directly inhibit activity of factor Xa

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Use of Apixaban and Rivaroxaban

-treatment and prophylaxis of DVT and PE (rivaroxaban) -stroke prophylaxis

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Thrombolytics (3)

1. Alteplase (tPA) 2. Reteplase (rPA) 3. Tenecteplase (TNK-tPA)

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MOA of thrombolytics (tPA, etc)

directly or indirectly aid conversion of plasminogen to plasmin, which cleaves thrombin and fibrin clots -increases PT and PTT

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Use of thrombolytics

-MI -ischemic stroke -directy thrombolysis of severe PE

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Thrombolytics are contraindicated in...

pts with active bleeding, hx of intracranial bleed, recent surgery, known bleeding diathesis or HTN.

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Treat thrombolytic toxicity with...

aminocaproic acid (inhibitor of fibrinolysis).

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Aspirin MOA

irreversibly inhibits COX1 and COX2 by covalent acetylation; platelets cannot synthesize new enzyme so the effects last until new platelets are produced

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Aspirin effects

-increased bleeding time -decreased TXA2 and prostaglandins -no effect on PT or PTT

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Use of Aspirin

-antipyretic -analgesic -anti-inflammatory -antiplatelet (decreased aggregation)

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Toxicity of aspirin

-gastric ulceration -tinnitus -reye syndrome in children with viral infxn

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Chronic use of aspirin can lead to...

acute renal failure, interstitial nephritis and upper GI bleeding.

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Overdose of aspirin causes....

respiratory alkalosis initially which is then superimposed by metabolic acidosis.