Thrombin generation in factor VIII-depleted neonatal plasma: nearly normal because of physiologically low antithrombin and tissue factor pathway inhibitor.


BACKGROUND Bleeding in hemophilic neonates has a low incidence. A possible explanation for this could be the peculiarities of the neonatal hemostatic system, especially low levels of the inhibitors tissue factor pathway inhibitor (TFPI) and antithrombin (AT). OBJECTIVE We investigated the influence of an elevation of these inhibitors to adult levels on… (More)


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