defibrinogenation

defibrinogenation

/de·fi·brino·gen·a·tion/ (de″fi-brin″o-jĕ-na´shun) induced defibrination, as in thrombolytic therapy.
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The 'challenge doses' used were: For lethality, four Median Lethal Doses (LD50s); for hemorrhage, five Minimum Hemorrhagic Doses (MHDs); for defibrinogenation, two Minimum Defibrinogenating Doses (MDDs); and for in vitro coagulation, two Minimum Coagulant Doses (MCDs).
They act on fibrinogen leading to the defibrinogenation of blood with a consequent decrease in blood viscosity, consequently, the consistency and flow properties of blood are greatly improved (Farid et al.
The active fraction was found to significantly neutralize viper venom-induced lethal, hemorrhagic, defibrinogenation, edema and [PLA.
Hearing recovery in sudden deafness patients using a modified defibrinogenation therapy.
To the best of our knowledge, only the venoms from 3 snakes have been shown to induce defibrinogenation (Bell, 1997).