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Question:

The decision regarding whether to interrupt warfarin in a patient undergoing a procedure should take into consideration all of these factors, EXCEPT:

  1. The patient's prior experience with a similar procedure
  2. The referring physician's experience with similar procedures
  3. The procedural physician's assessment of the bleeding risk
  4. The anesthesiologist's plans to do an epidural block

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