blood clot

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a semisolid mass of coagulated red and white blood cells


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A LACK of iron may increase the risk of dangerous blood clots, according to research.
To tackle this common killer the government demanded that medics start carrying out blood clot risk assessments on 90 per cent of adults who were admitted to a hospital bed by the start of this year.
Dr Hosni says that a patient who has just had a total knee replacement (TKR) should spend at least ten days in hospital, in case he develops a blood clot in a deep vein, usually in the leg.
SEVENTY- seven- year- old Rajesh Chandra's* family was left with little hope when he suffered a haemorrhagic stroke which led to a large blood clot lodging in his brain.
Relatives claimed Ms Hopkins was taking the pill Dianette, which was criticised in new research for having an almost seven-fold additional risk of causing a blood clot.
The woman was on the Pill and had a number of other risk factors for blood clots.
Cancer patients need to be aware of their risk, the steps they need to take to minimize it, and the signs that could suggest they have a blood clot," says Dr.
(New Brunswick NJ) has spent at least $68.7 million to settle hundreds of lawsuits filed by women who suffered blood clots, heart attacks or strokes after using the company's Ortho Evra birth-control patch, court records show.
The primary innovation of this method is the extraction of the whole blood clot from the 10-mL serum-separator tube with minimal direct contact.
Microplasmin is a truncated form of the natural human protein plasmin that plays a key role in dissolving blood clot. ThromboGenics has developed on a proprietary basis the first stabilized and readily manufactured form of this molecule.
Some people who develop blood clots deep in leg veins receive plain heparin, which can prevent subsequent, sometimes-deadly clots.
When a blood clot goes to your lungs, as it had in my case, it is called a pulmonary embolism or a PE to its friends.
Deep-vein thrombosis, also called "tourist-class syndrome," is the formation of a blood clot in one of the deep veins of the body, usually the leg.
In the presence of ultrasound, the microbubbles cavitate (expand and collapse), releasing energy that may potentially dissolve the blood clot. In preclinical studies using SonoLysis technology, ImaRx found that SonoLysis appeared to dissolve the clots into their native constituent components of platelets, red blood cells and fibrin and did not produce large, potentially dangerous fragments, even without the administration of a thrombolytic agent.
In a study he found one in 100 wearing socks developed a blood clot on a long- haul flight but six in 100 not wearing them got clots.