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Paulo Zielinsky

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Teresa Iwaniec, Joanna Zdziarska and Artur Jurczyszyn

. He was also taking numerous herbs and dietary supplements at his own discretion: saw palmetto, vitamin E, vitamin C, magnesium, sodium bicarbonate, curcuma and olive oil with lemon. Laboratory analysis confirmed previous findings: PT was 14 s (1.25 INR), APTT 42.5 s and TT 60.2 s with normal fibrinogen concentration assessed with both Clauss method (2.2 g/L, normal range: 1.8-3.5) and nephelometry (3.1 g/L, normal range: 1.8-3.5). Results of repeated tests, performed after 2 weeks wash-out from all over-the-counter preparations, were not different. Coagulation