coagulation panel

coagulation panel

Coagulation profile A battery of tests that identifies coagulation defects, based on time required for blood to clot; the CP includes prothrombin time, activated partial thromboplastic time, platelet count, bleeding time. Cf Organ panel.
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On the third day of hospitalization, the coagulation panel was normal: international normalized ratio, 1.
Mild hyponatremia (sodium 132 mmol/L [reference 135-145 mmol/L]) also was noted; otherwise the test results were unremarkable, including normal platelet count and coagulation panel.
Her coagulation panel revealed a prothrombin time of 13.
The coagulation panel included: Normal PT (11 sec) and PTT (28 sec), normal platelet count (180,000), abnormal platelet function tests (PFA100[R]), prolonged bleeding time (10 min), low vWF:RCo (26 IU/dl), low vWF:Ag (24 IU/dl), and normal Factor VIII (112.
The patient's coagulation panel eventually resulted in a resolving DIC septic-type picture due to retained placental parts.
Prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), fibrinogen, and D-dimer assays are part of the conventional routine coagulation panel.
A wide range of tests are available including specific proteins, HbA1c, ferritin, and a coagulation panel.
In developing the Tm Bioscience Tag-It(TM) Mutation Detection kit for common coagulation mutations, many of our customers requested the ability to test for the two common mutations in the MTHFR gene as part of the coagulation panel," said Greg Hines, President and CEO of Tm Bioscience.