Though most of the progress on blood coagulation reported at Wiesbaden in September, 1961, and reprinted in this book will appeal mainly to coagulationists and chemists, several reports will be of interest to all practitioners of medicine.
The text is divided into 2 sections. The first deals with "Progress in Coagulation" and the second presents abstracts from the Minutes of the International Committee on Blood-Clotting Factors.
The first section contains 28 papers separated into 6 categories. The last category, "Control of Anti-coagulant Therapy, Standardization of Procedure," contains an excellent paper by Owren which presents his views on the control of