Consultative Hemostasis and Thrombosis
Craig S. Kitchens, Barbara M. Alving, Craig M. Kessler
W.B. Saunders Company, 2002 - Medical - 617 pages
This practical new resource helps readers manage the full range of clotting and bleeding disorders quickly and effectively. Written by a team of respected clinicians, it examines symptoms, laboratory findings, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and treatment. A reader-friendly design and hundreds of illustrations make it an essential tool for busy physicians.
65 pages matching infarction in this book
Results 1-3 of 65
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Consultative Process
How to Do the Consultation
48 other sections not shown
abnormal acute administration agents antibodies anticoagulant therapy antiphospholipid syndrome antithrombin aPTT arterial aspirin assay associated bleeding blood cancer cells chronic Clin clinical clotting factor coagulation factor collagen concentrates congenital consultant coronary danaparoid DDAVP decreased deep venous thrombosis defects deficiency diagnosis disorders dose effects embolism endothelial Engl evaluation factor IX factor V Leiden factor VIII factor X deficiency factor XI fibrin fibrinogen fibrinolytic Haematol hemophilia hemorrhage hemostasis hemostatic heparin heparin-induced thrombocytopenia hepatic idiopathic increased infarction infusion inhibitors initial intravenous laboratory levels LMWH lupus mutation normal occur oral anticoagulant patients physician plasma platelet platelet aggregation platelet count platelet function platelet transfusions pregnancy prolonged prophylaxis protein prothrombin pulmonary receptor recombinant recurrent renal risk factors studies surgery tests Thromb Haemost thrombin thrombocytopenic purpura thrombocytosis thrombophilia thrombotic tients tion tissue treatment trial vascular vein thrombosis venous thromboembolism vitamin warfarin Willebrand disease Willebrand factor women