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The elements of trauma induced coagulopathy

Professor Donat Spahn discusses the elements of trauma induced coagulopathy (TIC) from pre-existing conditions and co-morbidities to tissue damage and haemorrhage and the eventual critical reduction of coagulation factors, such as fibrinogen, through various mechanisms.

Coagulopathy is frequent after major trauma and fibrinogen becomes critically reduced first in many trauma patients. Watch to discover the elements of TIC from initial tissue damage to the critical reduction of coagulation factors.


Job number: KCT16-01-0010

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