The last two volumes were devoted to anticoagulants (parenteral, then oral). Now the Clinical Development Department has turned its attention to the exploration of bleeding disorders.
The aim of this series launched in 2014 with the objective of publishing one volume each year, is to provide health professionals with clear and comprehensive medical and scientific information relating to their everyday practice in the wide field of hemostasis. Each issue brings together a panel of international experts.
This latest volume devoted to bleeding disorders (BD) addresses all aspects of this complex clinical situation. The diagnosis of inherited BD, either the most prevalent such as von Willebrand disease, hemophilia A and B or other rare clotting factor defects, is often frightening for patients and their families and constitutes challenging situations for the clinician. Advances in laboratory and pharmaceutical technology have led to an exciting time in the management of people with these diseases, with the potential to significantly improve safety, notably in the perioperative and prophylactic treatment settings, at the same time improving long-term outcomes and quality of life. Nine renowned international authors from Europe and North America were involved in the compilation of this book, coordinated by Stago.
Presented and distributed at the last Congress of the International Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis (ISTH SSC 2018 Meeting – Dublin) in July, this 5th opus was extremely well received and all 350 copies available on the Stago booth had gone in just 3 days!
Mainly intended for clinicians and pathologists, but also for students and care providers interested in advances in the field of hemostasis and thrombosis, the 5 volumes in the series – of which more than 25,000 copies in all have already been distributed – are available on request to Stago.
Practical Manual series – Format A5 – in English
- Scores and algorithms in Hemostasis and Thrombosis (2014) – ref. 28111 – 60 pages
- Antiphospholipid syndrome (2015) –ref. 29289 – 76 pages
- Parenteral anticoagulants (2016) –-ref. 29618 – 116 pages
- Oral anticoagulants (2017) – ref. 29691 – 100 pages
- Bleeding disorders (2018) – ref. 300588 – 116 pages