The Relationship Between the Onset of Labor Mechanisms and the Blood Coagulation System
The mechanisms for the onset of labor are still unknown despite much research [1,2]. The various changes occurring during pregnancy and before delivery are sometimes considered physiological and sometimes pathological.
KeywordsDisseminate Intravascular Coagulation Factor Xiii Fibrinolytic System Blood Coagulation Factor Labor Mechanism
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