|Title:||Hemostasis management of tooth extraction in a patient with Bernard–Soulier syndrome and a severe bleeding tendency: A case report|
|Authors:||Mishima, Sayaka |
|Author's alias:||三島, 清香|
Optics method in fluorescent platelet channel
|Publisher:||Elsevier Japan KK|
|Journal title:||Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology|
|Abstract:||Bernard–Soulier syndrome is characterized by thrombocytopenia, giant platelets, and severe bleeding; although bleeding varies widely, it is usually evident from childhood and requires particular attention during surgeries. We extracted a fractured tooth and performed hemostasis management in a male patient with a Bernard–Soulier syndrome-related severe bleeding tendency after intracerebral hemorrhage. The preoperative platelet count was abnormally low (7 × 10/L). Normal coagulability was observed. After intravenous hydrocortisone administration, he received 10 human leukocyte antigen-matched platelet units. The extraction sites were packed with gelatine sponges and a splint was used for hemostasis. Excellent hemostasis was achieved with minimal human leukocyte antigen-matched platelets.|
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