prothrombotic

prothrombotic

(prō″throm-bot′ik) [ pro- + thrombotic]
Tending to favor or promote blood clotting.
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9] Traditional Framingham CV risk factors do not fully explain the extent of the risk, as inflammatory and prothrombotic mechanisms underlie this premature atherosclerosis.
In the data submitted for approval, including 123 patients from REVERSE-AD and more than 200 volunteers previously given idarucizumab no safety concerns or prothrombotic signals were observed.
Open surgery for RAAs shares complications of any major abdominal surgery, with RAA-specific complications of renal artery/ graft occlusion, prothrombotic nature of some graft material, segmental ischemia through emboli migration during repair, and diminished renal function secondary to prolonged warm ischemia time (2).
It regulates target genes such as cytokines (Tumor necrosis factor-[alpha], interleukin-1[beta] and 6), adhesion molecules (ICAM and VCAM-1), prothrombotic and vasoconstructive gene products and RAGE and its inhibitor 1[kappa]B[alpha] (3).
Metabolic syndrome is described as a group of various abnormal metabolic risk factors such as obesity, dyslipidemia, increased blood pressure, increased plasma glucose levels, prothrombotic condition and proinflammatory state.
The conjunction of central or visceral obesity with insulin resistance, high blood pressure, elevated triglycerides, reduced high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol levels, and a proinflammatory, prothrombotic milieu is termed metabolic syndrome, (4) People with metabolic syndrome have double the risk of developing CVD.
Dehydration means lower fluid volume in blood, which contributes to the prothrombotic state and puts shear stress on vessels, Dr.
Together, these studies show that the T2MR signal peak at approximately 100 ms, corresponding to the contracted clot, is generated under prothrombotic conditions, namely high thrombin, high fibrinogen, high hematocrit, and high platelet count.
This activates the platelets, resulting in a prothrombotic state with the risk of arterial or venous thrombosis, as well as thrombocytopenia from the platelet consumption (1).
Instead, childhood arterial ischemic stroke is associated with congenital heart disease, vascular anomalies, prothrombotic conditions, genetic or metabolic disease and head trauma.
It is postulated that these drugs cause an increase in prothrombotic factors, a decrease in anti-thrombotic factors, and have equivocal effects on fibrinolysis.