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A laboratory manual of blood coagulation

Dennis Edward George Austen

A laboratory manual of blood coagulation

by Dennis Edward George Austen

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Published by Blackwell Scientific in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blood -- Coagulation -- Laboratory manuals.,
  • Blood coagulation disorders -- Diagnosis.

  • Edition Notes

    Distributed in the United States of America by J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia.

    Statement[by] D. E. G. Austen, I. L. Rhymes.
    ContributionsRhymes, I. L., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRB45 .A94
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 109 p. :
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4939493M
    ISBN 100632007818
    LC Control Number76366776
    OCLC/WorldCa2043780

      A web-based survey on CVs was distributed to members of the North American Specialized Coagulation Laboratory Association in February Results: 38 laboratories participated. 97% had CVs for coagulation tests in place. 85% of laboratories used local opinion or consensus to set their CV policies, likely reflecting a lack of published data. 9 Cited by: 1. The process of tissue factor initiated blood coagulation is discussed. Reactions of the blood coagulation cascade are propagated by complex enzymes containing a vitamin K .

    Coagulation tests are similar to most blood tests. Side effects and risks are minimal. A medical professional will take a blood sample and send it to a laboratory for testing and : Ann Pietrangelo. Modi GJ and Musclow CE, "Factor XI: A Piece of the Coagulation Puzzle,"Lab Med, , Halbmayer WM, Haushofer A, Schon R, et al, "The Prevalence of Moderate and Severe FXII (Hageman Factor) Deficiency Among the Normal Population: Evaluation of the Incidence of FXII Deficiency Among Healthy Blood Donors," Thromb Haemost,

    Abstract. Assessment of blood coagulation and general hemostasis is undertaken by the clinical laboratory for three major reasons: to diagnose and treat acute hemostatic failure, to diagnose, investigate and if necessary treat a patient with bleeding tendency, and finally, to monitor the effects of blood component by: 1. This test is a useful screening test for abnormal fibrin formation, including: 1) the diagnosis of hereditary fibrinogen deficiencies and dysfibrinogenemia, 2) DIC, 3) liver disease and 4) fibrinolysis. The thrombin time is prolonged by abnormally high fibrin degradation products.


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