Hemostasis and cardiovascular risk. The British and European experience.

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There is evidence that increased reactivity of blood plasma to thrombogenic surfaces (hypercoagulability) may contribute to the risk of thrombotic occlusion of a coronary artery in coronary heart disease. The Northwick Park Heart Study found raised levels of factor VII coagulant (VIIc) activity and fibrinogen in men at high risk of a coronary event. Several… (More)

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