Restarting Anticoagulation after TIA or Acute Ischemic ...
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Restarting Anticoagulation after TIA or Acute Ischemic Stroke

 • TIA → Consider (re-) starting a NOAC ≥ 1 day after stroke onset
 • Persisting mild neurological deficit → No clinical worsening or clinical improvement → Consider (re-) starting a NOAC ≥ 3 days after stroke onset
 • Persisting moderate neurological deficit → Exclude hemorrhagic transformation by brain CT or MRI within 24 hours before (re-)starting a NOAC → Consider (re-) starting a NOAC ≥ 6-8 days after stroke onset
 • Persisting severe neurological deficit → Exclude hemorrhagic transformation by brain CT or MRI within 24 hours before (re-)starting a NOAC  → Consider (re-)starting a NOAC ≥ 12-14 days after stroke onset

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Dr. Gerald Diaz
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