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Desmopressin653Desmopressin

Desmopressin

Hemophilia A acquired

Neoplasia (Invasion and metastasis)

2007  
1
The use of desmopressin as a hemostatic agent: a concise review.
[17492648] Am J Hematol 82(8): 731-5 (2007)
2003  
2
Cellular mechanisms of the hemostatic effects of desmopressin (DDAVP).
[12871401] J Thromb Haemost 1(4): 682-9 (2003)
1997  
3
Desmopressin (DDAVP) in the treatment of bleeding disorders: the first 20 years.
[9326215] Blood 90(7): 2515-21 (1997)
1988  
4
Desmopressin: a nontransfusional form of treatment for congenital and acquired bleeding disorders.
[3052622] Blood 72(5): 1449-55 (1988)
2002  
5
Desmopressin in the treatment of patients with defects of platelet function.
[12414337] Haematologica 87(11): 1122-4 (2002)
2011  
6
The use of desmopressin in acquired haemophilia A: a systematic review.
[21839010] Blood Transfus 9(4): 377-82 (2011)
2007  
7
How do you treat bleeding disorders with desmopressin?
[17344569] Postgrad Med J 83(977): 159-63 (2007)
2008  
8
Desmopressin reduces transfusion needs after surgery: a meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials.
[19034103] Anesthesiology 109(6): 1063-76 (2008)
2006  
9
Desmopressin and other synthetic vasopressin analogues in cancer treatment.
[16517412] Bull Cancer 93(2): E7-12 (2006)

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