Researchers developing emergency treatment for internal bleeding
Researchers from Case Western University reported on progress towards a portable treatment for stopping internal bleeding. In the military, it is the leading cause of battlefield deaths. Yet, no effective portable treatment currently exists to stop internal bleeding, and even at a hospital, a treatment with a coagulation factor VIIa on a compassionate use basis puts the patient at risk of forming dangerous blood clots elsewhere in the body.
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