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Editors: Thomas W. Stief (University Hospital, Marburg, Germany)
Book Description:
Hemostasis (coagulation and fibrinolysis) is of importance in a broad range of medical disciplines. A high-quality hemostasis diagnosis enables a good therapy, which can be rather complicated without laboratory help. This new yearbook gathers important contributions in this field and presents them in a coherent and logical format. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface

Editorial - Drug-Induced Thrombin Generation: The Breakthrough
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.1-4

Thrombin Generation by Antibiotics
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.5-24

Thrombin Generation By Vitamin K
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.25-32

Thrombin Generation By Immunosuppressors
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.33-52

Thrombin Generation by Glucocorticoids
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.53-58

Lipids Trigger Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.59-74

Glucose Triggers Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.75-86

Arginine Modulates Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.87-94

Thrombin Generation by the Amino Acid Glycine
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.95-100

Thrombin Generation by Urea
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.101-106

Thrombin Generation by Lipophilic Molecules
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.107-112

DNA Triggers Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.113-118

Thrombin Generation by Orlistat
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.119-124

Vitamin K1, K2, K3 Can Trigger Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.125-136

Thrombin Generation by Acetylsalicylate (AS) Explains AS Resistance
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.137-142

Cholesterol or Triglycerides Trigger Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.143-150

Thrombin Generation by Vitamin E Preparations
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.151-156

Thrombin Generation by Vitamin A
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.157-164

Thrombin Generation by Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO)
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.165-168

Thrombin Generation by Thalidomide
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.169-176

Thrombin Generation by Mycophenolic Acid
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.177-182

Thrombin Generation by Paclitaxel Infusions
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.183-188

Thrombin Generation by the Non-Ionic Contrast Medium Iomeprol
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.189-196

Thrombin Generation by Amiodarone (
Thomas W. Stief) pp.197-202

Thrombin Generation by Imidazole
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.203-206

Lactate Triggers Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.207-212

Thrombin Generation in EDTA-Plasma
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.213-218

Thrombin Generation by Carbamazepine
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.219-224

Thrombin Generation by Ibuprofen
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.225-230

Thrombin Generation by Indometacin
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.231-236

Singlet Oxygen and Thrombin Generation
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.237-250

Circulating Plasmin Activity in Severe Sepsis
(Thomas W. Stief, Korinna Ulbricht, and Martin Max)pp.251-268

ICAM-1, Tissue Factor, Protein C, and AT3 Dynamic in Severe Sepsis
(Thomas W. Stief, Korinna Ulbricht and Martin Max)pp.269-280

Xenobiotic - Induced Pancreas Carcinoma Following Mesenteric Vein Thrombosis: A Hypothesis
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.281-286

Circulating Thrombin Activity in Unselected Routine Plasmas
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.287-298

LPS-Reactivity-Dynamic in Severe Sepsis
(Thomas W. Stief)pp.299-304

Rapid Diagnosis of Fungal Sepsis by the Oxidative Limulus Test
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.305-312

-Glucan Reactivity in Unselected Routine Plasmas
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.313-318

LPS - Reactivity in Unselected Routine Plasmas
(Thomas W. Stief) pp.319-326

Index pp.327-338

   Series:
      Hemostasis Laboratory Yearbook
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-February
   Pages: 338.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61324-560-6
   Status: AV
  
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FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
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