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Kokolo M, Tinmouth A, Fergusson D. Addendum to a Systematic Review of Clinical, Laboratory and Safety Outcomes Associated with Use of Octaplas in Multiple Clinical Indications: Pilot Project [Internet]. Ottawa (ON): Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2011 May.

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The goal of this systematic review was to provide an update to our earlier review, conducted in 2007. The aim was to determine the effectiveness of Octaplas in all identified patient populations with regard to its impact on a variety of bleeding-related and clotting-related outcomes. Safety of this product was established based on data reported in the identified body of literature.

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Addendum to a Systematic Review of Clinical, Laboratory and Safety Outcomes Associated with Use of Octaplas in Multiple Clinical Indications: Pilot Project [Internet].
Kokolo M, Tinmouth A, Fergusson D.

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