• Six types of people most likely to suffer from blood clots

    Six types of people most likely to suffer from blood clots

    1. Obese people People who are obese are significantly more likely to develop blood clots than people of normal weight. This is because obese people carry more weight, which slows blood flow. When combined with sedentary life, the risk of blood clots increases. big. 2. P...
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  • Symptoms of Thrombosis

    Drooling while sleeping Drooling while sleeping is one of the most common signs of blood clots in people, especially those with older adults in their homes. If you find that the elderly often drool while sleeping, and the drooling direction is almost the same, then you should pay attention to thi...
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  • The Main Significance Of Coagulation Diagnostic

    The Main Significance Of Coagulation Diagnostic

    Coagulation disgnostic mainly include plasma prothrombin time (PT), activated partial prothrombin time (APTT), fibrinogen (FIB), thrombin time (TT), D-dimer (D-D), international standardization Ratio (INR). PT: It mainly reflects the status of the extrinsic coagulation s...
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  • Normal Coagulation Mechanisms in Humans: Thrombosis

    Normal Coagulation Mechanisms in Humans: Thrombosis

    Many people think that blood clots are a bad thing. Cerebral thrombosis and myocardial infarction can cause a stroke, paralysis or even sudden death in a lively person. Really? In fact, thrombus is just the normal blood clotting mechanism of the human body. If there is n...
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  • Three Ways To Treat Thrombosis

    Three Ways To Treat Thrombosis

    The treatment of thrombosis is generally the use of anti-thrombotic drugs, which can activate blood and remove blood stasis. After treatment, patients with thrombosis need rehabilitation training. Usually, they must strengthen training before they can gradually recover. ...
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  • How to stop bleeding due to poor coagulation function

    How to stop bleeding due to poor coagulation function

    When the patient's poor coagulation function leads to bleeding, it may be caused by the decrease of coagulation function. Coagulation factor testing is required. It is clear that the bleeding is caused by lack of coagulation factors or more anticoagulation factors. Accor...
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