Coagulopathy in the trauma patient.

Abstract

PURPOSE OF REVIEW Homeostasis represents a delicate balance between hemostatic and fibrinolytic processes. This balance permits arrest of hemorrhage after mild injury but prevents thrombosis from occurring under normal circumstances. Trauma disturbs the equilibrium between hemostatic and fibrinolytic processes, frequently producing either a hypocoagulable… (More)

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