May 2008
Reactions Weekly;5/17/2008, Issue 1202, p17
Case Study
The article describes the case of a 14-month-old boy who developed haemorrhage following tunneled peritoneal catheter removal due to heparin lock flushing. Particular focus is given to the patient's activated partial thromboplastin time while receiving blood product substitution and recombinant factor VII. His condition was resolved after receiving IV protamine sulfate.


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