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SSC: Fibrinolysis
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This subcommittee is focused on basic research concerning factors that upregulate/downregulate fibrinolysis as well as on clinical research involving the analysis of fibrinolysis-related parameters.

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  • To address issues of practical importance to the fibrinolysis community.
  • To develop and evaluate laboratory standards, methods, and nomenclature if appropriate.
  • To discuss and evaluate methodologic approaches to answer questions raised.
  • To create international collaborations for the purpose of planning and executing projects related to the defined needs in the field.
  • To suggest or organize collaborative studies as a result of these activities.
  • To generate, publish and distribute reports, recommendations and other documents concerning the above.


  • New!  Proposed: Replacement of the 1st International Standard for PAI-1 activity, 92/654
    project began 2019, projected end: 2021

  • Consensus statement defining "trauma-induced coagulopathy"
    project began 2017, projected end: 2020
  • WHO 1st International Standard for TAFI 
    project began 2015, projected end: 2020
  • New! Species selectivity of commercially available plasmin-antiplasmin and D-dimer kits. Which ones should we be using?
  • Replacement of the WHO 4th International Standard for Plasmin 
  • project began: 2014, projected end: 2016

Official Communications

Recent Forum Activity
2016 Annual Minutes
Posted by: Nicola Mutch, Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Forum: Annual Minutes
2015 Annual Minutes
Posted by: Lacey Schmeidler, Sunday, June 21, 2015
Forum: Annual Minutes
2014 Annual Minutes
Posted by: Nicola Mutch, Thursday, June 19, 2014
Forum: Annual Minutes
Fibrinolysis & Congenital Heart Disease
Posted by: David Faraoni, Saturday, February 8, 2014
Forum: General Discussion
Programme for the 2014 SSC in Milwaukee
Posted by: Nicola Mutch, Thursday, September 26, 2013
Forum: General Discussion
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