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I stable groups of response the influence of season is appeared only by the changes of quantitative parameters of response and does not deal with the qualitative ones, at the same time the most expressed changes in the coagulation system in response to the load appears in spring.
Its lead technologies, the EPi-Sense(R) and Numeris(R) Coagulation System with VisiTrax(R), have CE Mark approval in Europe for the coagulation of cardiac tissue for the treatment of atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter.
There was studied change of the general blood coagulation by parameters of the time of spontaneous coagulation of the whole blood in order to characterize hemostatic effect of stiflos on the blood coagulation system.
Tenders are invited for Supply,Installation And Commissioning Of Medical Equipment-Ultrasonic Cutting And Coagulation System
Coagulation system of newborn infant differs from older children and adults in terms of many characteristics and it also changes with gestational age.
The mechanism of action behind Evarrest drives rapid and durable clot formation by augmenting the human coagulation system, the company said.
Furthermore the fact that AT III was not different between the patients with chronic hepatitis C and normal controls emphasizes the reduction of PC and PS levels as the earliest disturbance of the coagulation system in chronic liver disease as suggested by few previous investigators [7, 17].
Data so far are conflicting as to whether hypobaric hypoxia in the airplane cabin leads to activation of the coagulation system, Dr.
We investigated the diagnostic specificity in 41 patients with known coagulation abnormalities: 12 patients on low-molecular-weight heparin therapy (LMWH), 23 patients on oral anticoagulant therapy [OAT LA+ (n = 7) and OAT LA- (n = 16)], 3 patients with factor deficiencies of the intrinsic coagulation system (1 with a factor VIILC activity of 37%,1 with a factor IX:C activity of 39%, and 1 with a factor XI:C activity of 41%), and 3 patients with type 1 von Willebrand disease (vWD; Table 1).
In assessing cerebrovascular disease, remember the Virchow triad and the risk of vascular occlusion: abnormality of blood vessel wall, abnormality of the pump (cardiac disorders), abnormalities of the coagulation system (hyper- and hypocoagulable states).