Intestinal intramural hematoma due to Warfarin
Date: 1 January 2019
A 74-year-old male was admitted to the ED.
Complaint: Abdominal pain.
Vitals: TA: 70/40 mm /Hg, pulse 108 /min and fever 36.7 C.
+ Phy.Ex: Diffuse tenderness on abdomen.
Drugs used: Warfarin.
Lab: INR was 14.
POCUS: Intraabdominal free fluid and intestinal intramural hematoma.
Treatm: PCC was given, INR was returned to normal levels.
Consult. General Surgery.
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