What is a coagulation analyzer used for?

Author: Succeeder    

Thrombosis and hemostasis are one of the important functions of blood. The formation and regulation of thrombosis and hemostasis constitute a complex and functionally opposite coagulation system and anticoagulation system in the blood. They maintain a dynamic balance through the regulation of various coagulation factors, so that the blood can maintain a normal fluid state under physiological conditions without spilling out of blood vessels (bleeding). It does not coagulate in the blood vessels (thrombosis). The purpose of hemostasis and thrombosis test is to understand the pathogenesis and pathological process from different aspects and different links through the detection of various coagulation factors, and then carry out the diagnosis and treatment of the disease.

In recent years, the application of advanced instruments in laboratory medicine has brought detection methods to a new stage, such as the use of flow cytometry to detect platelet membrane protein and various anticoagulant factor antibodies in plasma, the use of molecular biology technology to diagnose genetic diseases, and even the use of laser confocal microscopy to observe calcium ion concentration, calcium flow and calcium fluctuations in platelets in different pathological processes. To further study the pathophysiology and mechanism of drug action of hemostatic and thrombotic diseases, the instruments used in these methods are expensive and the reagents are not easy to obtain, which is not suitable for widespread application, but more suitable for laboratory research. The emergence of blood coagulation analyzer (hereinafter referred to as blood coagulation instrument) has solved such problems. Therefore, the Succeeder Coagulation Analyzer is a good choice for you.