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Treatment of severe coagulation disturbances as a condition of improved prognosis in fulminant liver failure.
  1. R Burghard,
  2. J U Leititis,
  3. R Rossi,
  4. R Egbring,
  5. M Brandis

    Abstract

    A favourable outcome of fulminant liver failure by replacement treatment with antithrombin III, prothrombin concentrate, fresh frozen plasma, and plasminogen is reported. Haemostatic balance was maintained and no severe bleeding complications occurred during the 15 days of disturbed liver function.

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