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"All values expressed in units/mL where pooled plasma contains 1.0 unit/mL. All values are given a mean (M) followed by the lower and upper boundaries (B) encompassing 95% of the population. Between 40 and 75 samples were assayed for each value for the newborn. "Values are indistinguishable from the adults.

â– Measurements are skewed owing to a disproportionate number of high values. Lower limit which excludes the lower 2.5% of the population is given (B). ^Values differ from those of full-term infants.

From Andrew M, Paes B, Milner R, et al. Development of the human coagulation system in the healthy premature infant. Blood 1988;72:1651, with permission.

"All values expressed in units/mL where pooled plasma contains 1.0 unit/mL. All values are given a mean (M) followed by the lower and upper boundaries (B) encompassing 95% of the population. Between 40 and 75 samples were assayed for each value for the newborn. "Values are indistinguishable from the adults.

â– Measurements are skewed owing to a disproportionate number of high values. Lower limit which excludes the lower 2.5% of the population is given (B). ^Values differ from those of full-term infants.

From Andrew M, Paes B, Milner R, et al. Development of the human coagulation system in the healthy premature infant. Blood 1988;72:1651, with permission.

Table A1-22a. Reference Values for the Components of the Fibrinolytic System in the Healthy Full-Term Infant and the Healthy Premature Infant During the First 6 Months of Life

Day 1 Day 5 Day 30 Day 90 Day 180 Adult

Fibrinolytic system MB MB MB MB MB MB

Healthy full-term infant

Plasminogen (units/mL)

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