blood platelet

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Synonyms for blood platelet

tiny bits of protoplasm found in vertebrate blood

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'Our preliminary investigation reveals that the college girl had a very low blood platelet count a week ago before she recovered from the problem.
[USA], Aug 15 ( ANI ): Researchers have now uncovered a new approach for treating thrombocytopenia, a condition with a low blood platelet count.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 22, 2018-US FDA approves Doptelet tablets for treating patients with chronic liver disease with low blood platelets
The study consisted of the medical records of 40,000 individuals, and results showed that more than 11 percent of men and 6 percent of women over the age of 40 with high blood platelet count went on to be diagnosed with cancer within a year.
Around two per cent of people over 40 -- up to half a million people in the UK -- have a raised blood platelet count -- known as thrombocytosis.
All transfused blood products were retrospectively tested for HEV, and the blood platelet pool transfused at day 5 was identified as coming from an HEV-infected donor, who had viremia reaching 290 copies/ mL.
With dangerously low blood platelet levels, she can't fly as cabin pressure could pop a blood vessel in her brain.
Determination of clopidogrel resistance by whole blood platelet aggregabiltiy and inhibitors of the p2y12 receptor.
There was no difference in the preoperative percentage of phagocyizting blood platelet between patients from groups III and group IV, P = NS, Figure 1.
Lea is currently undergoing blood platelet transfusion at Dubai Hospital as her body's ability to carry oxygen in her blood is weakening, which could be fatal.
The main symptoms are eczema, a low blood platelet count, immune deficiency, and bloody diarrhoea.
The hearing was told this week that the schoolgirl's GP dad Gerry asked for a consultant after tests at Glasgow's Victoria Infirmary showed Kathryn had an abnormally low blood platelet count.
For 75% of patients with normal blood platelet counts, time off chemotherapy was associated with improved quality of life.