Difference between revisions of "Disseminated intravascular coagulation"

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==Causes==
 
==Causes==
 
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#infection
 
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#carcinoma
infection, carcinoma, acute leukemia, trauma (head), shock, liver disease, pregnancy, vascular disease, envenomation, ARDS, transfusion reaction
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#acute leukemia
 
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#trauma (head)
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#shock
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#liver disease
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#pregnancy
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#vascular disease
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#envenomation
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#ARDS
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#transfusion reaction
  
 
==Diagnosis==
 
==Diagnosis==
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#PT high
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#PTT high
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#Platlet low
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#Fibrinogen low
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#FDP high
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#D-dimer high
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#RBCs fragmented
  
 
PT high
 
 
PTT high
 
 
Platlet low
 
 
Fibrinogen low
 
 
FDP high
 
 
D-dimer high
 
 
RBCs fragmented
 
 
 
  
 
==Treatment==
 
==Treatment==
 
 
 
See Heme: Bleeding Treatment
 
See Heme: Bleeding Treatment
 
 
  
 
==Source ==
 
==Source ==
 
 
 
1/26/06 DONALDSON (addapted from Tintinalli)
 
1/26/06 DONALDSON (addapted from Tintinalli)
 
 
 
  
 
[[Category:Heme/Onc]]
 
[[Category:Heme/Onc]]

Revision as of 16:04, 14 March 2011

Causes

  1. infection
  2. carcinoma
  3. acute leukemia
  4. trauma (head)
  5. shock
  6. liver disease
  7. pregnancy
  8. vascular disease
  9. envenomation
  10. ARDS
  11. transfusion reaction

Diagnosis

  1. PT high
  2. PTT high
  3. Platlet low
  4. Fibrinogen low
  5. FDP high
  6. D-dimer high
  7. RBCs fragmented


Treatment

See Heme: Bleeding Treatment

Source

1/26/06 DONALDSON (addapted from Tintinalli)