• Medicine
  • Published 2015

Comparison of Hypercoagulable Evaluation in Perinatal and Pediatric Ischemic Stroke (P2.261)

@inproceedings{Doan2015ComparisonOH,
  title={Comparison of Hypercoagulable Evaluation in Perinatal and Pediatric Ischemic Stroke (P2.261)},
  author={David Doan and Andrew D. Barreto and Kasey Gildersleeve and Amrou Sarraj and I. R. Butler},
  year={2015}
}
Objective: We hypothesize that despite suffering ischemic strokes, many patients do not undergo a complete hypercoagulable/prothrombotic laboratory evaluation. Background: Ischemic Stroke in pediatric patients, particularly in the perinatal period has been thought to be due to maternal or nonhematologic perinatal etiologies. Younger adult patients that have cryptogenic ischemic stroke undergo evaluation including plasma testing for prothrombotic states. Having a complete evaluation in… CONTINUE READING

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