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A massive hemorrhage is the main cause of death in injures caused by war activities, terrorism, and transpotration accidens. The total loss of blood during 24 hours is considered to be massive hemorrhage. The first hours of hemorrhage are connected with a decline of coagulation potential and with development of coagulopathy,witch when combined with a drop of body temperature and a developing metabolic acidosis constitutes a very serious life,s threat. No more that ml in case that hemostasis was not performed.