The possibility of the native alcoholic drugs as etiological factor of the acquired prothrombin complex deficiency syndrome.

@article{Santawanpas1980ThePO,
  title={The possibility of the native alcoholic drugs as etiological factor of the acquired prothrombin complex deficiency syndrome.},
  author={S Santawanpas and P Bhanchet-Isarangkura and Kraisid Tontisirin and Chularatana Mahasandana},
  journal={The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health},
  year={1980},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={367-70}
}
This study was attempted to determine whether the native alcoholic drugs had any significant role in the pathogenesis of the APCD syndrome. The native alcoholic drugs, breast milk and maternal serum were analysed for vitamin K antagonists (dicoumarol, warfarin and coumarin). No vitamin K antagonists were detected from 14 commercial native alcoholic drugs, but one of the two homemade samples had a positive test of coumarin but not dicoumarol and warfarin. Seven breast milk and serum samples from… CONTINUE READING

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