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an·ti·plate·let

(an'tē-plāt'let),
A substance that manifests a lytic or agglutinative action on blood platelets, thereby inhibiting or destroying the effects of the latter.

antiplatelet

(ăn′tē-plāt′lĭt, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Acting against or destroying blood platelets.

antiplatelet

[-plat′lit]
any agent that destroys platelets or inhibits their function.

antiplatelet

directed against or destructive to blood platelets; inhibiting platelet function.

antiplatelet antibody
autoantibody against platelets, the cause of immune-mediated thrombocytopenia. Detected by the platelet factor 3 release test.
antiplatelet drugs
the prevention of thromboembolic disorders in animals is limited mainly to the treatment of cats with arterial thromboembolism and dogs with heartworms. Platelet aggregation may be impeded by treatment with aspirin, dipyrimadole, sulfinpyrazone or propranolol.
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For patients with OSA undergoing stenting, the authors of this study suggested the risk of stent thrombosis might be reduced by cleaning or cutting out plaque before placing a stent, ensuring the stent is the largest size possible and using the most potent antiplatelet drugs after the procedure to inhibit clots from forming.
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Another 22% of the patients received lipid-lowering agents and 7% received antiplatelet drugs, which are intended to prevent long-term cardiovascular complications--not beneficial in those with limited life expectancy, the researchers said (JAMA Intern.
The results from the above study thus reflect a need for more specific antiplatelet treatment regimens especially in diabetic subjects, which may include more potent agents or a combination with other antiplatelet drugs.
The study published online today in the American Journal of Medicine provides the most up-to-date picture of European cardiologists' prescribing of antithrombotic treatment, which includes oral anticoagulation therapy (warfarin and the novel oral anticoagulants) and antiplatelet drugs (mainly aspirin).
Various clinical studies have probed the effectiveness and risk profile of the newer antiplatelet drugs in comparison with currently available drugs.
The Swedish version, Coagulation News, has been around for many years, but for the English translation, the chapter on new anticoagulants has been heavily revised, a new chapter added on antiplatelet drugs, and other changes made.
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