Don't overthink it, and don't offer false platitudes. Send your note or make your call, and the person who is #mourning knows you care.
I'll just let that sit there for a minute.
The first shovel of dirt that hits the coffin is truly dreadful
Typical transfusion for my dad after a fall: 10-20 units PRBCs.
They can die from this.
Get a hematologist involved
No matter which anticoagulant was used in my dad, he bled uncontrollably when injured.
These people will fall & they will bleed & you can easily be screwed
IMO, NOACS are not a good choice
11. You probably can't shape the behavior of difficult patients too much. Remember their outpatient physicians are working with them, and have learned to pick their battles
Not everyone wants to be a DNR. Or #hospice