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to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

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a lump of material formed from the content of a liquid

change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state

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cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state

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turn into curds

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coalesce or unite in a mass

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Professor Storey added: "We now need to press ahead with exploring possibilities for tailoring treatment to an individual's risk following a heart attack and testing whether drugs that improve clot lysis time can reduce this risk.
17) Premature clot lysis or hyperfibrinolysis can be identified by looking at the lysis parameter maximum lysis (ML) in the global ROTEM assays but is confirmed by the ML of the FIBTEM assay and/or the APTEM assay (which inhibits fibrinolysis in-vitro) to be true lysis versus a platelet-mediated clot retraction (Figure 3).
2006) Development of an in vitro model to study clot lysis activity of thrombolytic drugs.
Molecular mechanisms involved in the resistance of fibrin clot lysis by plasmin in subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
The mean time required for intraventricular blood clot lysis was 4.
In coagulopathic patients, impaired clot initiation, hypofibrinogenem i a, fibrin polymerization disorders, thrombocytopenia, and premature clot lysis can be detected in a timely fashion by thromboelastometry.
The choice rests between anticoagulation alone or in combination with clot lysis.
It provides more complete clot lysis than the systemic infusion used in acute MI, and with much lower risk of bleeding complications.
for checking the degree of depletion in proCPU-depleted plasma or measuring the generation of CPU during in vitro clot lysis in the absence of Tm.
Transvenous clot lysis can be performed using injected thrombolytic agents and specialized catheters for clot retrieval.
Specifically, its published research has shown that both alcohol and polyphenols are potent stimulators of increased and sustained endothelial cell fibrinolysis, thus promoting clot lysis and reducing thrombotic risk.
Transient defective clot lysis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, surgery, infection, and malignancy are recognized causes of thrombosis.
Thiex, senior neurosurgeon in the Department of Neurosurgery at Aachen University Hospital reported on new results on applying PAION's clot busting drug Desmoteplase in a large animal model of haemorrhagic stroke at the 18th International Congress on Fibrinolysis and Proteolysis in San Diego, CA (USA) (Thiex R, Weis J, Schwartz O, Krings T, Rohde V: Minor Edema Formation after DSPA-induced Clot Lysis of Experimental Intracerebral Hemorrhage.
Miami Beach -- A catheter that delivers ultrasound energy while infusing a lytic drug led to fast clot lysis and artery recanalization, and a low rate of major bleeds in a series of 66 patients with peripheral artery occlusions treated at 13 medical centers in the United States.
3% (26/35) of limbs achieved complete clot lysis, and 11.