coagulation time


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coagulation time

[kō‚ag·yə′lā·shən ‚tīm]
(physiology)
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To assess the correlation between dPT ratio and drug concentrations or coagulation time ratios the Pearson correlation coefficient (r) was calculated using linear regression analysis.
In addition, the long coagulation time in healthy individuals and patients with LA makes assay reproducibility somewhat poor.
When the coagulation rate of latexes is slowed so that the coagulation time is in the range of about 1-120 sec, reaction limited aggregation can occur.
The ratio of the coagulation time of sample coated tube to that of glass tube was defined as coagulation time index (CTI).
Contract awarded for laboratory reagents respective equipment with reading: wet chemistry, coagulation time reagents and hematologia; arterial gases and quick test for hospital solola
On the basis of the content of [BMIM]Cl in the coagulated filament at different coagulation time, a mass-transfer model of [BMIM]Cl from concentrated PAN/[BMIM]Cl solution was established.
Prolongation of the SCT Screen tests was expressed as the ratio of patient coagulation time to the clotting time of the control (normal pool).
Chilli - An ingredient is capsiacin and is know as a powerful pain killer and antioxidant helping to combat heart attack and stroke and even extends blood coagulation time.
Precise dosing is critical and patients should routinely monitor their blood coagulation time, also known as prothrombin time (PT).