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cryoprecipitate

 [kri″o-pre-sip´ĭ-tāt]
any precipitate that results from cooling, sometimes specifically the one rich in coagulation factor VIII obtained from cooling of blood plasma and used in treatment of hemophilia A (see antihemophilic factor).

cry·o·pre·cip·i·tate

(krī'ō-prē-sip'i-tāt),
Precipitate that forms when soluble material is cooled, especially with reference to the precipitate that forms in normal blood plasma that has been subjected to cold precipitation and is rich in factor VIII.

cryoprecipitate

/cryo·pre·cip·i·tate/ (-pre-sip´ĭ-tāt) any precipitate that results from cooling, sometimes specifically the one rich in coagulation factor VIII obtained from cooling of blood plasma.

cryoprecipitate

[-prisip′itāt]
1 any precipitate formed on cooling of a solution.
2 a preparation rich in factor VIII needed to restore normal coagulation in hemophilia. It is collected from fresh human plasma that has been frozen and thawed.

cryoprecipitate

'Cryo' Transfusion medicine A product derived from a unit of whole blood, which has a volume of 15 ml and provides 80 units of factor VIII:C procoagulant–for hemophilia A, factor VIII:vWF–von Willebrand's disease, factor XIII, fibronectin, fibrinogen–for DIC, dysfibrinogenemia

cry·o·pre·cip·i·tate

(krī'ō-prĕ-sip'i-tăt)
Precipitate that forms when soluble material is cooled, especially with reference to the precipitate that forms in normal blood plasma that has been subjected to cold precipitation and is rich in factor VIII.

cryoprecipitate

precipitate formed when a soluble material is cooled, e.g. precipitate rich in factor VIII, formed by cold precipitation of blood plasma

cryoprecipitate

any precipitate that results from cooling.
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Very low levels of fibrinogen are associated with an increased risk of bleeding often requiring treatment with cryoprecipitate or other fibrinogen concentrates.
Cryoprecipitate is the cold insoluble fraction of FFP and contains Factor VIII and von Willebrand Factor (100 IU per unit), fibrinogen (150-250 mg per unit), fibronectin, and Factor XIII.
Whole blood is separated into its components: red cells, plasma (stored as fresh frozen plasma), cryoprecipitate (fibrinogen-rich component of plasma) and platelets (see Figure 1, p22).
Indications for early fresh frozen plasma, cryoprecipitate, and platelet transfusion in trauma.
Fresh frozen plasma (10-15 ml/kg) is indicated for clotting abnormalities and cryoprecipitate should be administered in massive haemorrhage to supplement fibrinogen as well.
Therefore, a majority of patients in Pakistan prefer to use plasma extracted from donated blood or cryoprecipitate, which is extracted from plasma.
The medical team advised her that Jehovah's Witnesses could choose certain blood byproducts, such as albumin, cryoprecipitate, and globulin (Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, 2004).
In most clinical scenarios, the correction of coagulation function is guided by laboratory parameters with the administration of platelets, FFP or cryoprecipitate.
The prosecutors also said the ruling underestimated the effectiveness of Cryoprecipitate as a safe alternative in treating hemophiliac patients.
Early treatment involved a system called cryoprecipitate, produced by freezing and thawing blood plasma.
At least 4 units of packed red blood cells and 4-6 units of cryoprecipitate or fresh frozen plasma must be available.