Mathias Smolinski

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OBJECTIVE An abnormality of the optical transmission waveform obtained during measurement of the activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) has been described in association with overt disseminated intravascular coagulation. This abnormality, a biphasic waveform, is caused by the in vitro formation of Ca2+-induced complexes between very low density(More)
The overt DIC score of the DIC subcommittee of the ISTH includes a fibrin-related marker (FRM) as indicator of intravascular fibrin formation. The type of marker to be used has not been specified, but D-dimer antigen, or fibrin degradation products are used by most investigators. Soluble fibrin complexes have been suggested as more specific indicators of(More)