bleeding time


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bleeding time

[′blēd·iŋ ‚tīm]
(physiology)
The time required for bleeding to stop after a small puncture wound.
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Bleeding time was done by Ivy's method and established reference range was 2-9 minutes.
This period was named as "statistically adjusted secondary bleeding time" (SABT).
Buccal mucosa bleeding time is the best assessment method for thrombocyte function and clot formation (Chohan et al., 2011; Fresno et al., 2005).
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Bleeding time (BT) is time from prick till stoppage of bleeding.
Their bleeding time (BT) and platelet count were assessed before surgery.
We felt that an immediate assessment of bleeding might be more accurate (as trivial bleeding might stop after the bleeding time) and more practical.
Effect of Ir-6 on Bleeding Time. In the tail transection model of mice, after 30 min, the bleeding times were markedly prolonged in mice treated with intraperitoneal administration of 2.0 mg/kg Ir-6 (323.3 [+ or -] 55.2 s; n = 8), but not in those treated with 1.0 mg/kg (184.3 [+ or -] 39.7 s; n = 8) in comparison with mice treated with the solvent control (0.1% DMSO-treated group, 150.5 [+ or -] 11.9 s; n = 8) (Figure 6(c)).
Deficiency of factor XIII should be suspected when there is delayed wound healing or a bleeding disorder in the presence of a normal PTT, PT/INR, bleeding time and platelet count.
All patients underwent routine preoperative laboratory assessments: complete blood count (CBC), partial thromboplastin time, bleeding time, clotting time, and preoperative (lateral view) nasopharynx x-ray of the soft tissue.