In this narrative review (the link below), the authors highlight trauma, surgery, and mild induced hypothermia as three clinically important situations in which the effects of hypothermia on haemostasis are important. In observational studies of trauma, hypothermia (body temperature <35°C) has demonstrated an association with mortality and morbidity, perhaps owing to its effect on haemostatic functions.

In conclusion, the journal points out that there is a clear association between hypothermia and negative outcomes in connection with trauma, surgery, and accidental hypothermia; thus, it is crucial to rewarm patients in these clinical situations without delay.

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