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Register to the IFCC Live Webinar 6th June Clinical Applications of Thrombosis and Hemostasis 6th June: Clinical Applications of Thrombosis and Hemostasis - Translation in Chinese!- 血栓与止血的临床应用- Translation in Chinese!

Published: Wednesday, June 2, 2021

6th June 2021
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Simultaneous translation in Chinese

Dear Colleagues,

Next IFCC webinar on “Clinical Applications of Thrombosis and Hemostasis” will be held on June 6, 2021.

Thrombosis and hemostasis tests are of importance for the diagnosis of hemorrhagic diseases and disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC). They are laboratory determinants for the mechanism of thrombosis occurrence, the classification and diagnosis of thrombotic diseases and thrombophilia, as well as the indices of the monitoring of anticoagulant therapy. Several studies showed that thromboembolic events were a serious complication of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Autopsy revealed that the death was associated with pulmonary thromboembolism and DIC. In this webinar will provide an overview on the clinical application of thrombosis and hemostasis tests in the monitoring of new oral anticoagulants, in the diagnosis of thrombosis and hemostasis, and the performance of thrombosis and hemostasis tests in COVID-19 patients.

Please ensure you register to attend the live event and have access to the recording and to the certificate.

Registration link is:

  • Schedule: 20 min per speaker plus 20 min panel discussion
  • Time Zones: Live presentations starting at 7:00 PM Beijing Time; 7:00 AM Eastern Time US; 1:00 PM European Time
    Important: Please ensure that you carefully determine the time that the presentation will start in your global time zone. To calculate this, you can use the time zone converter tool at:
  • Recorded webinar: available on demand
  • Certificate of Participation: available for all registrants

The IFCC Live Webinar Series is partially sponsored by Siemens and Boston Children's Hospital



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