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acquired

[ə′kwīrd]
(biology)
Not present at birth, but developed by an individual in response to the environment and not subject to hereditary transmission.
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As a global leader in coagulation therapies, CSL Behring has a long history of developing innovative treatments that address the unmet needs of people with hereditary and acquired bleeding disorders.
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About Acquired Bleeding and Fibrinogen In addition to bleeding caused by injury or a surgical intervention itself (surgical bleeding), critical reduction in the level of coagulation factors can lead to additional non-surgical bleeding complications that can be difficult to control (e.
This is reflected in CSL's promising pipeline that includes several novel recombinant factor therapies for treating congenital bleeding disorders, products for treating acquired bleeding disorders, and reconstituted HDL for treating patients with heart disease.