Grand Rounds - Dec. 2, 2022
"Anticoagulation: The New, the Old, the Reversals"

Speaker: Kazuhide Matsushima, MD. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Division of Acute Care Surgery, LAC+USC Medical Center Keck School of Medicine of USC.




  1. Cite the pros and cons of each anticoagulant drug.
  2. Differentiate between the various anticoagulant drugs.
  3. Follow the indications for appropriate use of reversal agents.
  4. Select the proper medication for the patient’s therapeutic needs, taking into consideration any socioeconomic barriers.
  5. Communicate the importance of following the medication instructions given while navigating any cultural, health literacy, and language barriers.

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