Thursday, November 29, 2007

Selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs) and surgery

Should they be stopped before surgery? Caseblog addresses the question here and links to additional perioperative medicine case discussions here.

1 comment:

Clinical Cases and Images - Blog said...

I'm glad you find these posts useful. Most of the questions we answer come from our daily practice -- the staff at the perioperative center of Cleveland Clinic (IMPACT) sees around 13,000 patients each year. I expanded some of the cases during the last Perioperative Summit at the Clinic and they were published in the CCJM proceedings: http://www.ccjm.org/toc/2007periop.htm

There is a separate website for the summit: http://periopmedicine.org/