[Effect of mercury (II) chloride on hemostasis].

  • H P Kloecking
  • Published 1980 in Archiv fur experimentelle Veterinarmedizin


Haemostatic disorders in rats were recorded by means of thrombolastography, following one single intravenous application of 10 mg of mercury dichloride/kg. The disorders become manifest initially in the form of hypercoagulation and later as a hyperfibrinolytic condition. 


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