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antithrombin

[‚an·tē′thräm·bən]
(biochemistry)
A substance in blood plasma that inactivates thrombin.
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2 Market Barriers 31 6 Critical Care Market to 2019 - Antithrombin Concentrate Market 32 6.
Annualized market data for the critical care market that includes markets for factor XIII concentrate, fibrinogen concentrate, antithrombin, prothrombin complex concentrate and albumin from 2002 to 2010, with forecasts to 2017
Table 17: Critical Care Market, Global, Antithrombin, Revenue ($'000), 2002-2010 29
Table 18: Critical Care Market, Global, Antithrombin, Revenue ($'000), 2010-2017 30
Table 19: Critical Care Market, Global, Antithrombin Revenue Segmentation ($'000), 2002-2010 31
Table 20: Critical Care Market, Global, Antithrombin Revenue Segmentation ($'000), 2010-2017 32
Table 21: Critical Care Market, Global, Antithrombin Cost of Therapy ($), 2002-2010 33
Healthcare Industry: Critical Healthcare Market to 2017 - Shift of Focus towards PCC, Factor Concentrates and Antithrombins due to Better Safety and Efficacy Profiles
Annualized market data for the critical healthcare market that includes markets for factor XIII concentrate, fibrinogen concentrate, antithrombin, prothrombin complex concentrate and albumin from 2002 to 2010, with forecasts to 2017.
Table 17: Critical Healthcare Market, Global, Antithrombin, Revenue ($'000), 2002-2010 29
Table 18: Critical Healthcare Market, Global, Antithrombin, Revenue ($'000), 2010-2017 30
Table 19: Critical Healthcare Market, Global, Antithrombin Revenue Segmentation ($'000), 2002-2010 31