Ambulatory surgery includes all the surgical procedures of varying complexity that allows patients to return home the same day of surgery. Patients with coagulopathy diseases can benefit from this circuit. The preoperative management of patients with hematologic diseases includes three goals: identify and treat patients with bleeding tendencies preoperatively, minimize operative bleeding and to replace the right product. We present a review of the management of cases treated in our center over the past four years. Our goal is to formalize the circuit that should follow these patients to minimize morbidity and to optimize our resources. The surgical extractions in patients with congenital coagulopathies are associated with a risk of bleeding. These patients require multidisciplinary management and a strict protocol of actuation.
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