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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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This model uses the severity of organ dysfunction in terms of numbers of six organ system of body including Liver, lungs, coagulatory, CVS, renal, and neurologic (each 1-4) to offer a final score [6-24 (maximum)].SOFA score computes individual or cumulative organ dysfunction.
MS can lead to vascular endothelial dysfunction, activation of coagulatory and inflammatory reactions, and subclinical damage in various organs, which are more severe than the harm caused by conventional risk factors.[sup][7] Recently, a study indicated that MS was associated with thromboembolic risk of AF, and CHADS[sub]2 -MS score was superior to CHADS[sub]2 score in predicting the risk of AF-related stroke.[sup][8] Hence, MS may be a supplement of CHADS[sub]2 score for predicting AF-related stroke.
It has been shown that inflammatory and coagulatory processes are intertwined via many molecular mechanisms, and typically systemic inflammation is associated with increased levels of fibrinogen (Davalos and Akassoglou 2012).
Effects of aqueous tarragon, Artemisia dracunculus, extract on lipid and coagulatory parameters in rats.
While it has been established that endurance exercise activates the coagulatory system, this increase in coagulation is generally paralleled by an activation of fibrinolysis (or clot breakdown).
We have hypothesized that the combination of endurance exercise and travel may shift the hemostatic balance in athletes post-competition and disproportionately activate the coagulatory system, therefore increasing the risk of blood clots.