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S.A. Shutov

National Research Center for Hematology

K.I. Danishyan

National Medical Research Center for Hematology

N.V. Prasolov

National Research Center for Hematology

N.I. Zozulya

National Research Center for Hematology

T.Yu. Polyanskaya

National Research Center for Hematology

E.A. Kitsenko

Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery

Aspects of hemostasis controllability in patients with inhibitory hemophilia during surgery


S.A. Shutov, K.I. Danishyan, N.V. Prasolov, N.I. Zozulya, T.Yu. Polyanskaya, E.A. Kitsenko

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Journal: Endoscopic Surgery. 2022;28(6): 45‑52

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To cite this article:

Shutov SA, Danishyan KI, Prasolov NV, Zozulya NI, Polyanskaya TYu, Kitsenko EA. Aspects of hemostasis controllability in patients with inhibitory hemophilia during surgery. Endoscopic Surgery. 2022;28(6):45‑52. (In Russ.)

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