EV Kraisvetnaya

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Introduction Overt disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) develops in half of the septic patients by the fifth day, leading to double mortality in sepsis. Hypercoagulability, inevitably present before depletion of clotting factors and platelets, is hardly detected by available screening tests [1,2]. This, in turn, prevents the development of targeted(More)
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