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antithrombotic

 [an″te-throm-bot´ik]
1. preventing or interfering with the formation of thrombi.
2. an agent that has this effect, such as heparin or coumarin. See also anticoagulant and thrombolytic.

antithrombotic

/an·ti·throm·bot·ic/ (-throm-bot´ik)
1. preventing or interfering with the formation of thrombi.
2. an agent that so acts.

antithrombotic

[-thrombot′ik]
preventing or interfering with the formation of a thrombus or blood clotting.

antithrombotic

adjective Referring to an agent or effect that prevents or reduces thrombosis.
 
noun An agent that prevents or interferes with thrombosis; e.g., thrombolytic.

antithrombotic

Hematology adjective Referring to an agent or effect that prevents or reduces thrombosis noun An agent that prevents or interferes with thrombosis. See Heparin, Warfarin. Cf Thrombolytic.

antithrombotic

1. preventing or interfering with the formation of thrombi.
2. an agent that interferes with thrombus formation. See also antiplatelet drugs.
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There are various investigational studies conforming anti-thrombotic properties of modified biomaterials via reduction in platelet adhesion, aggregation and leukocyte recruitment after contact to heparin coated or encapsulated biomaterial as it delivers heparin to a specific site [1, 18, 19,44].
Rutin proved to be the most potently anti-thrombotic compound that we ever tested in this model," noted Flaumenhaft.
To prevent and control the thrombogenic state, some drugs with anti-coagulant and anti-thrombotic effects have been used in the therapy against thrombotic diseases.
The health claims situation has been causing considerable difficulties in some parts of the functional foods market, although the heart-health sector has fared better than many, with heart healthy ingredients such as plant sterols/stanols for cholesterol reduction and the Fruitflow anti-thrombotic tomato extract both providing sufficient evidence to have their health claims approved by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
A number of patients died after developing deep vein thrombosis from clots, a major cause of death following surgery, but there were not suitable procedures to use anti-thrombotic drugs.
Its lead programme, ALX-0081, a novel anti-thrombotic is in a multi-dose Phase 1b study in patients.
That pitted Sanofi, whose top-selling drug is the anti-thrombotic Lovenox, against Czech financial group PPF, which formally launched a 950 crown-per-share offer earlier in the week, and analysts said a bidding race may ensue.
Three of 15 patients (20%) who ceased clopidogrel prior to surgery without alternative anti-thrombotic prophylaxis suffered myocardial infarction due to stent thrombosis.
Alcoholic drinks in general have anti-thrombotic properties, preventing blood platelets from sticking together and forming clots that can cause heart attacks or strokes.
Subsequent papers describe the clinical manifestations of cervical internal carotid and vertebral artery dissection; the possibilities and limitations of the main diagnostic tools; and the prognosis, thrombolysis and anti-thrombotic therapy of cervical artery dissection.
South Tees Acute Hospitals Trust scored 73 overall, and achieved top marks in the administering of anti-thrombotic therapy and home-visit categories.
Another approach that some cardiologists have taken is to put even greater emphasis on anti-thrombotic treatment, without cutting back on using drug-eluting stents.