Anticoagulation After an Intracranial Hemorrhage May Be Worth It in Atrial Fib

The debate continues about how to manage anticoagulation after an intracranial hemorrhage in atrial fibrillation patients.

Intracranial hemorrhage occurs in about one in 250 patients on anticoagulation annually. And up to 15% of them REbleed within a year.

So the thought of resuming anticoagulation may seem alarming.

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