blood coagulation


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Synonyms for blood coagulation

a process in which liquid blood is changed into a semisolid mass (a blood clot)

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of 8 blood product segments, including human albumin, human immunoglobulin (pH4) for intravenous injection, blood coagulation factor and tetanus human immunoglobulin.
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But soon, thanks to startup Qloudlab, based in the microengineering lab in Switzerland's EPFL tech university, these patients may be able to use the touch screens on their phones or other devices to test their blood coagulation, all in the comfort of their own homes.
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Patent Office for a composition of matter patent covering several of the company's newly discovered therapeutics for use in treatment of several cardiovascular diseases, including thrombolytic disorders and blood coagulation.
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Since vitamin K lies at the heart of blood coagulation, which heals injuries but also causes heart attacks and strokes," Dowd says, "the key question is: How can someone preserve the blood's injury-healing abilities yet stop unwanted internal clots?
HemoSense is a point-of-care diagnostic healthcare company that develops, manufactures and markets easy-to-use, handheld blood coagulation systems for monitoring patients taking warfarin.
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The researchers then collected blood samples and determined the density of alpha receptors on platelets, which are essential for blood coagulation, and the density of beta receptors on lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell.