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Can Fam Physician. Nov 1993; 39: 2362–2367.
PMCID: PMC2379941
Les effets de l'Arnica Montana sur la coagulation sanguine. Essai clinique randomisé.
The effects of Arnica Montana on blood coagulation. Randomized controlled trial
L. Baillargeon, J. Drouin, L. Desjardins, D. Leroux, and D. Audet
Unité de recherche clinique en médecine familiale, Centre hospitalier de l'Université Laval.
The purpose of this study, which took the form of a two-period cross-over clinical trial, was to determine whether a homeopathic substance, Arnica Montana, significantly decreased bleeding time (Simplate II) and to describe its impact on various blood coagulation tests. It was not shown that this substance had a significant impact on various parameters of blood coagulation in healthy volunteers in the period immediately following administration [corrected].
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