Bleeding in Surgery/Trauma Related Bleeding

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Extreme surgery, such as that seen in high-risk
obstetrics and extreme trauma, can lead to
major perioperative bleeding.
Major surgery- or trauma-related bleeding is a growing problem due to factors including:
  • More patients surviving extreme trauma
  • More high-risk obstetric patients being treated
  • More aggressive surgery, such as that for cancer or cardiovascular disease
  • An aging population. Advanced age is known to increase the risk of perioperative bleeding and older patients are also more likely to require surgery. 11-13
CSL Behring products used in the treatment of bleeding in critically ill patients include:

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