A 73-year-old woman taking warfarin for chronic atrial fibrillation is brought to the operating room for evacuation of a spontaneous left temporal intracerebral hematoma with uncal herniation syndrome. Her INR is 3.8. Her platelet count and hematocrit are normal. What is the recommended medical therapy for reversing her coagulopathy?


A) Cryoprecipitate
B) 4-Factor prothrombin complex concentrate (PCC)
C) Fresh frozen plasma
D) Vitamin K