Bertil Glader

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  • Care of the critically ill child: the bleeding neonate. Pediatrics Glader, B. E., Buchanan, G. R. 1976; 58 (4): 548-555

    Abstract:

    Serious bleeding episodes in newborn infants can usually be diagnosed following careful clinical assessment and a few simple laboratory tests. Certain conditions are found almost exclusively in "sick" infants, whereas other coagulation abnormalities occur in otherwise "healthy" neonates. Successful management of hemorrhage necessitates a correct diagnosis which thereby dictates appropirate therapy. In some cases, such as in DIC, successful outcome ultimately depends on correction of the underlying pathophysiology which triggered the coagulation disturbance.

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