primary hemostasis

primary hemostasis

platelet-mediated coagulation.
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Primary hemostasis is defined as the platelet-vessel wall interaction at the site of vascular injury that initiates when flowing platelets recognize (through their receptors) and bind (through the adhesive protein von Willebrand factor) subendothelial collagen.
Clopidogrel and Prasugrel Prolong Primary Hemostasis in the Mouse Beyond Levels Associated with P2Y12 Inhibition (Presentation #AS-TH-022)
Research: In this trial, investigators set out to determine whether a ginkgo biloba-containing supplement could improve cognitive function and quality of life or alter primary hemostasis.
A The Dade Behring PFA-100 platelet function analyzer is used to evaluate primary hemostasis in citrated whole blood.
Platelets are believed to play an important role in primary hemostasis, wound healing, and re-epithelialization.
The second question is whether this patient's presentation is consistent with a defect in primary hemostasis or secondary hemostasis.
This advanced technology could alter the care for wounded soldiers where fresh platelets are unavailable due to their rapid depletion of the primary hemostasis function.
The diagnostic approach to abnormalities of primary hemostasis is still a major challenge for clinical laboratories.
These include the recently introduced PFA-100(R) analyzer, which provides new technology for the detection of platelet dysfunction in primary hemostasis.
To fully understand the complexities of DIC, it is essential to understand what occurs in normal hemostasis, which involves the interaction of primary hemostasis (action of platelets and vessels), secondary hemostasis (formation of the fibrin clot), and fibrinolysis (degradation of the fibrin clot and restoration of normal blood flow).
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: supply of consumables and reagents including the provision of a device for measuring the occlusion time in primary hemostasis innovance pfa 200.

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