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Coagulation 2016: New Data and New Drugs

Initial Results of Major Trials


Coagulation 2016: New Data and New Drugs

Themed issue in Anesthesiology April 2017

Perioperative Considerations in a perioperative setting, managing bleeding and coagulopathy are critical for clinicians. Perioperative bleeding is due to multiple causes including fibrinolysis, activation of inflammatory pathways, consumption of coagulation factors, dilutional changes, and other factors. Additionally, an increasingly frequent cause of bleeding is the perioperative use of anticoagulation and antiplatelet agents that until recently have no well-established reversal methods. New direct acting oral anticoagulants are frequently utilized for management of both venous thromboembolic prophylaxis and therapy, as well as stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation. As a result, new data and therapeutic approaches have emerged for understanding critical aspects of clot formation for hemostasis, management of perioperative anticoagulation especially for regional anesthesia, and specific antidotes for the novel anticoagulants. The themed issue is complementary to the Journal Symposium, which be held at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2016, in Chicago, Illinois.

To facilitate discussion on this topic, Anesthesiology issues this call for papers on Coagulation 2016: new Data and New Drugs. Guest edited by Jerrold Levy, M.D., and Michael J. Avram, Ph.D., submissions of original research are sought on areas related to this topic for consideration for publication in Anesthesiology. Deadline for submission is August 1, 2016. Submitting a paper does not require attendance at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2016 in Chicago.


Initial Results of Major Trials

Themed Issue in Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology will sponsor a Major Trials Session at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists. The purpose is to provide a high-profile, large audience for initial presentation of major randomized clinical trial results. The session is designed for substantial trials, usual randomized and blinded, with clinically important primary outcome. Articles selected for the Trials Session will be featured in ASA press releases.

Presentation at the Major Trials Session is restricted to results that have not been presented anywhere outside the authors home institution(s). All results presented in the Trials Session will be based on manuscripts that have been accepted for publication in the Journal or in select major multi-specialty journals, normally restricted to New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet, and the Journal of the American Medical Association. Other major multi-specialty journals will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

In summary, we encourage investigators to take advantage of the Journal’s Major Trials Session, a high-profile forum for presentation of substantial clinical trial results.

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