Analysis of blood clotting (coagulation)

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Analysis blood coagulability (Coagulation) — a study of blood clotting.

What are the indications for coagulation?

  • pathology of blood coagulation; ·
  • examination during pregnancy;
  • preoperative and postoperative period;
  • varicose veins of the lower extremities;
  • autoimmune diseases;
  • liver disease;
  • cardiovascular disease; ·
  • control during long-term treatment of indirect anticoagulants.

What indicators are included in the analysis of blood clotting? What are their normal values?

Prothrombin INR (prothrombin time) — 78-142%, thrombin time — 11-17,8 s (seconds) Fibrinogen — adults — 2.00 — 4.00 g / l; newborns — 1,25-3,00 g / l.

How to prepare for the study?

Research is preferably carried out on an empty stomach, there should not over 8 hours before blood sampling.

What are the dates of the coagulation?

1 day.

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