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Precautions and contraindications

Can approved COVID vaccines be administered to people with coagulant disorders or chronic treatment with anticoagulants?

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20/6/2021
  • In people with coagulation disorders, except for a specific medical criterion, small-volume intramuscular injections, such as this one, can be applied with reasonable security. The use of a 0.5 or 0.6mm (25 g or 23 g) fine needle and after vaccination, maintaining pressure at the injection site (without scrubbing) for 2 minutes, is recommended. In any case, the person vaccinated must be informed about the possibility of an hematoma at the injection site.
  • People on chronic treatment with anticoagulants, which are under control and have a stable INR, can receive intramuscular vaccination without any problem.
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