defibrination


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defibrination

 [de-fi″brĭ-na´shun]
the destruction or removal of fibrin, as from the blood.

de·fi·bri·na·tion

(dē-fī'bri-nā'shŭn),
Removal of fibrin from the blood, usually by means of constant agitation while the blood is collected in a container with glass beads or chips.

defibrination

/de·fi·bri·na·tion/ (de-fi″brĭ-na´shun) removal of fibrin from the blood.

defibrination

the in-vitro removal of fibrin from blood to prevent clotting.

de·fi·bri·na·tion

(dē-fī'bri-nā'shŭn)
Removal of fibrin from the blood, usually by means of constant agitation while the blood is collected in a container with glass beads or chips.

defibrination

The removal of fibrin. Defibrination of blood can be achieved by stirring it with a solid rod. This is done to prevent coagulation.

defibrination

the destruction or removal of fibrin, as from the blood.

defibrination syndrome
see disseminated intravascular coagulation.
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