In treating patients on long-term warfarin (Coumadin) perioperatively, consider the risks of hemorrhage or thromboembolism versus the benefit from the operation.When considering noncardiac surgery, these factors and the need to weigh the risk of hemorrhage against that of thromboembolism must be analyzed on an individual patient basis.
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The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS) is a scale of 14 positively worded items, with five response categories, for assessing a population´s mental wellbeing.
Warwick and Edinburgh Universities were commissioned to develop it in 2006.