Neonatal Hemostatic Disorders: Issues and Challenges

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Abstract

Neonates form a unique cohort with distinct features associated with the hemostatic system compared with older children and adults. The development of the human hemostatic system begins around 10 weeks in utero and continues to evolve during childhood. This dynamic period termed developmental hemostasis should be taken into consideration when diagnosing a neonate with disorders of bleeding or thrombosis.

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