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coagulation disorder

See Coagulopathy.
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coagulation disorder, renal or hepatic failure); no intake of any medication, in particular acetylsalicylic acid or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents within 1 week of the study; no alcohol or drug abuse and smoking; and haematocrit (Hct), activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), international normalised ratio (INR) and platelet values within the normal range (Figure 1).
In patients that are hospitalized with wasp stings, the main clinical manifestations were toxic reactions such as rhabdomyolysis, hemolysis, hepatotoxicity, coagulation disorders, and AKI [5, 7-9].
Bleeding disorders maybe classified into coagulation disorders, thrombocytopenic purpuras or non thrombocytopenic purpuras.
A CVC was scheduled in 15 patients with a coagulation disorder (platelet count under 50000 /[micro]l and/or International Normalised Ratio >1.5).
Baldwin died from a blood coagulation disorder unrelated to radiation or any other exposure.
With advances in laboratory testing, more than half of idiopathic VTE cases can be attributed to a specific coagulation disorder. Data show that in a randomly selected group of patients with newly discovered DVT, 24% to 37% have an inherited predisposition to thrombosis.
According to the company, the human fibrinogen is mainly used to treat congenital fibrinogen reduction or deficiency and acquired fibrinogen deficiency associated with serious liver damage, cirrhosis, disseminated intravascular coagulation or coagulation disorder resulting from the lack of fibrinogen related to postpartum hemorrhage, major surgery, trauma, or acute bleeding.
Exclusion criteria included preexisting liver dysfunction including chronic hepatitis, cirrhotic liver disease, preoperative coagulopathy or distinctive paraneoplastic coagulation disorder (PT >15 seconds or platelet count <100x[10.sup.9]/l), history of thromboembolic disease, preoperative therapy with anticoagulant or antiplatelet medication (e.g.
Patients were classified as coagulopathic if they met at least two of three criteria for a coagulation disorder: a PT of [greater than or equal to] 1.3 international normalized ratio (INR), a PTT of [greater than or equal to] 1.3 INR, and a platelet count of [less than or equal to] 80 x [10.sup.9]/L.
Six of the eight women in the HRT group who had a thrombembolic event had a documented thrombophilia, which suggests that the risk for recurrent thromboembolism is not as great in women who-do not have a coagulation disorder, she noted.
About 41% of cases of sepsis progress to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), resulting in mortality as high as 30–50%.[sup][1] We believe that excessive inflammation leads to a series of changes of endothelium-associated proteins and molecules, which eventually results in coagulation disorder, overactivation of inflammatory response, and vascular leakage.
Factor VII Padua: a congenital coagulation disorder due to an abnormal factor VII with a peculiar activation pattern.