clotting time


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clotting time

[′kläd·iŋ ‚tīm]
(physiology)
The length of time required for shed blood to coagulate under standard conditions. Also known as coagulation time.
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The clotting time was recorded at the point of appearance of the fibrin thread.
No significant difference was found between the groups with respect to clotting time, TT or aPTT (p=0.191, p=0.467, p=0.972).
(2008) found that clotting time increased in Channa punctatus exposed to sublethal concentrations of Cu.
Correlation of bleeding time and clotting time in different phases of menstrual cycle.
The normal PCV ranges for Andean condors are reported to be between 39% and 48% with a mean of 42%.2 Although transfusions have been recommended in raptors with a PCV less than 20%, the decrease in the bird's PCV from 56% on day 1 to 33% on day 4, with a corresponding increase in clotting times and decrease in plasma protein, marked a wide enough margin to warrant transfusion.
Abbreviations: [alpha], alpha angle; ACT, activated clotting time; K, coagulation time; LY30, percentage of lysis 30 min after MA; MA, maximum amplitude; R, reaction time.
Relevant data like age, sex, occupation, details of the cardiovascular illness including details of CCB therapy, spontaneous bleeding manifestations if any, the results of complete blood count, bleeding time, clotting time and prothrombin time and Hess test were recorded in a proforma.
We recommend the easy-to-perform bedside whole-blood clotting time investigation to diagnose boomslang bite in resource-limited areas.
In addition, the company manufactures instrumentation and associated disposables that measures the activated clotting time of blood, as well as a line of products designed for safe needle and scalpel blade containment.
The clotting time was defined as the time when the sample started to coagulate after the last substance was added on it.