2016, Number 3
Dermatología Cosmética, Médica y Quirúrgica 2016; 14 (3)
Guerra VÁE, Marfil RLJ, Ocampo CJ
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ABSTRACTBetween 25 and 38% of patients who undergo a skin procedure used antithrombotic agents, so the dermatologist should know well the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, their indications and possible adverse effects. The decision to continue or discontinue treatment with oral anticoagulants is the risk of bleeding against the risk of a thrombotic event causing discontinuation. In this article we review aspirin and oral anticoagulants and its implications in cutaneous surgery.