Developmental haemostasis: secondary haemostasis.

  title={Developmental haemostasis: secondary haemostasis.},
  author={Paul Terence Monagle and Patricia Massicotte},
  journal={Seminars in fetal & neonatal medicine},
  volume={16 6},
The haemostatic system is a complex interaction between the vasculature, cellular components and plasma proteins that interact to maintain haemostasis in the healthy body. The haemostatic system can be further defined as primary, secondary and tertiary haemostasis to better define the interdependent mechanisms that combine to maintain haemostasis. The term 'developmental haemostasis' was first introduced by Maureen Andrews in the 1980s to describe the age-related physiological changes of the… CONTINUE READING

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