What is the action of thrombin and fibrinogen?

Author: Succeeder    

Thrombin can promote blood coagulation, play a role in stopping bleeding, and can also promote wound healing and tissue repair.

Thrombin is an important enzyme substance in the process of blood coagulation, and it is a key enzyme that was originally converted into fibrin in fibrin. When the blood vessels are damaged, glycrase is generated under the action of platelets and vascular endothelial cells, promoting platelet agglomeration and thrombosis, thereby stopping the hemostasis. In addition, coordinase can also promote wound healing and tissue repair, which is an indispensable enzyme substance in tissue repair.

It should be noted that the excessive activation of thrombin may also cause problems such as thrombosis and cardiovascular disease. Therefore, it is necessary to strictly follow the doctor's advice and dosage of drugs when using coordinase -related drugs to avoid adverse reactions and side effects.

The function of fibrinogen was originally the effect of promoting platelet agglomeration in blood coagulation. Fibrinogen was originally an important protein in the process of coagulation. Its main function is coagulation and hemostasis, and participation in the production of platelets. The normal value of fibrinogen is 2-4g/L. The elevation of the original level of fibrin is closely related to the occurrence of thrombotic diseases. The rise in the rise of fibrin may be caused by physiological factors, such as late pregnancy and age, or pathological factors, such as hypertension, diabetes, coronary atherosclerotic heart disease.

The level of fibrin is reduced, which may be caused by liver diseases, such as cirrhosis and acute hepatitis. Patients need to go to the hospital for examination in time and treat them under the guidance of a doctor.