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This book contains the verbatim report of the formal and informal discussions of many aspects of blood clotting by the following experts: L. B. Jaques, A. U. Blaustein, I. S. Wright, L. M. Tocantins, C. E. Brambel, F. D. Mann, A. J. Quick, J. E. Flynn, K. M. Brinkhous, J. A. Ferguson, N. W. Barker, J. T. Edsall, J. H. Olwin, R. S. Overman, W. H. Seegers, B. Alexander, J. G. Allen, H. J. Tagnon, G. E. Burke, J. D. Ferry, L. A. Wood, and others.
The discussions are centered specifically around the newer anticoagulants, "danilone" (phenylindanedione [PID]), ethyl biscoumacetate (tromexan® ethyl acetate), and paritol® (a sulfated mannuronic acid); the use of vitamin K in anticoagulant therapy; the mode of action of bishydroxycoumarin (dicumarol®); problems of prothrombin assay, and accessory factors needed for coagulation.
This book contains the latest advances in the field of coagulation, presented and discussed by those
Blood Clotting and Allied Problems: Transactions of the Third Conference, January 23-24, 1950, New York, N. Y. JAMA. 1951;146(6):606. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670060082033
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