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This section covers the role of thrombin in coagulation, and discusses the use of direct thrombin inhibitors as anticoagulants
Thrombin plays a key role in coagulation.1 During the propagation phase, activated Factor X converts large amounts of prothrombin to thrombin, initiating a ‘thrombin burst’