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Jan 07, 2013
 |  BC Week In Review  |  Clinical News  |  Clinical Results

Haemocomplettan P human fibrinogen concentrate: Phase II data

Researchers at CSL and Hannover Medical School reported data from a double-blind, German Phase II trial in 61 patients undergoing elective aortic replacement surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass showing that patients receiving Haemocomplettan P when clinically relevant bleeding occurred required significantly fewer units of allogeneic blood components between the time of treatment and 24 hours thereafter, the primary endpoint, vs. placebo...

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