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Anesteziol Reanimatol. 2008 May-Jun;(3):69-71.

[Lymphocyte-platelet adhesion and the content of D-dimers in patients with acute acetic acid poisoning].

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Disseminated intravascular coagulation is a menacing complication due to acute acetic acid poisoning. However, many key mechanisms of this condition remain to be not clearly understood. The authors have studied lymphocyte-platelet adhesion and D-dimer concentrations in the blood. The most pronounced changes were observed in patients with severe poisoning in the first 24 hours, which were characterized by a significant increase in the number of lymphocyte-platelet complexes and D-dimer concentrations in the blood. A statistically significant correlation was established between the parameters being studied.

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