Latest Coagulation Stories
Researchers say that treatment may be an effective reversal agent in life-threatening bleeding cases.
For the first time, an antidote developed specifically for dabigatran successfully reversed the effects of the anti-clotting medication in healthy volunteers.
Thomas Jefferson University researchers discover a difference in platelet biology in people of African versus European descent.
Thomas Jefferson University researchers have discovered that the formation of blood clots follows a different molecular route in African Americans versus European Americans, providing a new understanding of the effects of race on heart disease.
Heart valves calcify over time, and Rice University scientists are beginning to understand why.
There are now almost 1,600 cases in the Pradaxa federal multidistrict litigation over allegations of life-threatening bleeding problems.
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