The coagulation cascade in sepsis.


Intravascular and extravascular fibrin formation are characteristic findings in patients with sepsis, suggesting that the activation of coagulation and the inhibiton of fibrinolysis are important in the pathogenesis of sepsis. Activation of coagulation during sepsis is primarily driven by the tissue factor (TF) pathway, while inhibition of fibrinolysis is… (More)


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