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These findings have recently been confirmed  and have sparked a debate as to whether this decrease in plasma fibrinogen levels plays a pathophysiological role in the development of severe PPH or is rather an epiphenomena of ongoing bleeding. An undisputed advantage of commercially available fibrinogen (Haemocomplettan P™) is that: (a) it can be stored in the delivery unit as an immediately available rescue drug; and (b) only small volumes, which can be administered as a bolus, are necessary to restore fibrinogen levels.
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