I DID, IT ISN'T THERE!
If it is not there, it must not be a contraindication.
I would need more information about your question. But..........
If you are treating a total occlusion of a CVC, then the dose of the Cathflo is not in the patient's system at all. It is only in the catheter. So it doesn't matter what the platelet count is. Half life of the dose is only related to it being in the patient's system.
At the point of a total occlusion being treated, it doesn't matter how low the patient's platelet count is. You would treat the catheter occlusion and not have the dose in the patient's system.
We have neurosurgeons that do not want Cathflo used on their patient's with total occlusions, because of their concerns about a cranial bleed occurring. They do not understand that the dose is only treating the catheter occlusion. We are working on getting their understanding case by case.
Hope this helps.