Peter Olejník, Lucia Bordáčová, Viera Vršanská, Marián Hrebík, Miroslav Lakomý, Róbert Dinka
The use of per oral anticoagulation therapy in paediatric praxis is getting more common. The reason is the increasing number of patients indicated to per oral anticoagulation therapy. For the safety of patients treated with per oral anticoagulants it is very important to know potential complications of bleeding and to know how to solve these complications adequately. The authors focus on the analysis of potential causes of bleeding complications in patients treated with per oral anticoagulants. They try to standardize the appropriate therapeutic management in patients treated with per oral anticoagulants with bleeding complications due to the grade of severity of bleeding complications. The casuistic speaks about the low-expected cause of bleeding complications in patient treated with per oral anticoagulants – the non-compliance patient.