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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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Because some parts of this score are also associated with atherosclerosis risk and increased blood coagulability, a high score has been proposed as linked to hypercoagulability (an increased tendency for blood clotting) in both AF and non-AF patients.
The association of PT with PM10, CO, and NO2, but not with SO2 or O3, may indicate that traffic pollution is responsible for the changes in blood coagulability.
Therefore, the main objective of the overall innovation project is to develop, validate, and commercialise a new diagnostic tool (C-POC) based on the assessment of thrombin generation and simultaneously measurement of several biomarkers of hyper/hypo coagulability using a Photonic Integrated Chip (PIC).
The effect of anesthetic techniques on blood coagulability in parturients as measured by thromboelastography.
It is strongly believed that abnormal coagulability state may be reverted by effective use of anti-snake venom25.
In normal controls, both age and gender affect coagulability as measured by thrombelastography.
Increased cholesterol is associated with increased coagulability and increased platelet count [13].
Ultrafine inhaled particles accumulated in the lungs are capable of translocating from the airways into the bloodstream (23) causing systemic inflammation via oxidative stress that mediates endothelial dysfunction and atherosclerosis (44) and increases blood coagulability by activating platelets and coagulation factors such as fibrinogen.
hospitalized due to the blood coagulability problems and stayed in hospital for ten days.
It may acutely deplete protein C and protein S and therefore theoretically increase coagulability if started before the heparins.
10) The pathophysiologic process to explain the relation between TB and CVT includes: (1) injury to endothelium, (2) alterations in normal blood flow, and (3) alterations in the blood coagulability.