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Sign Up for the October 21 Webinar on Rare Coagulation Bleeding Disorders

Monday, October 19, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Luke Blount
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Webinar Time: 21:00 UTC(check your time here)

Join Diane Nugent and Sam Schulman for a webinar focusing on rare coagulation disorders, including the coagulation cascade.

The coagulation cascade is not an isolated phenomenon, but takes place on phospholipid bilayers of cell surfaces. It is also an interplay with microparticles, natural inhibitors vascular walls and the inflammatory system. Learn to understand the principles of clot generation on cell-based phospholipid surfaces and receive insight on the interplay of coagulation mechanisms with natural inhibitors. 

Rare clotting disorders go undiagnosed for years and present a challenge for the busy practitioner as  the pathway to final diagnosis requires time to take a thorough family and personal history, as well as a local reference laboratory with capability to go beyond baseline coagulation screen.  This presentation will cover some of the signs and symptoms of the more "common" rare disorders, and provide information on specific diagnostic and therapeutic options. 

WEBINAR DETAILS


This webinar is free to all.
Join the ISTH Academy for free
to obtain limited access, or
become an ISTH member
for complete access to the Academy.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Rare Coagulation Bleeding Disorders

Part I: Coagulation cascade
Sam Schulman, McMaster University (Canada)
Part II: Coagulation disorders

Diane Nugent, UC Irvine School of Medicine (USA)

Moderator: Vinai Bhagirath, McMaster University (Canada)

*This webinar is free; CME credits are available for a small fee.

Sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Instrumentation Laboratory:


Webinar Time: 17:00 UTC(check your time here)


This webinar is free to all.
Join the ISTH Academy for free
to obtain limited access, or
become an ISTH member
for complete access to the Academy.

WEBINAR DETAILS

Thrombosis Review

Part I: Mechanisms of Arterial Thrombosis
Lawrence Brass, University of Pennsylvania (USA)
Part II: Mechanisms of Venous Thrombosis
Steffen Massberg, University of Munich (Germany)

Moderator: Gevorg Tamamyam, MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA) and Yerevan State Medical University (Armenia)

*This webinar is free; CME credits are available for a small fee.

Sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Instrumentation Laboratory:


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