coagulopathy

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co·ag·u·lop·a·thy

n. coagulopatía, enfermedad o condición que afecta el mecanismo de la coagulación de la sangre.

coagulopathy

n coagulopatía
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This ontract would include Edelman having responsibility for the strategic planning and execution of trade activities in the field of blood coagulation disorders in Germany.
Established in 2002, the company manufactures and supplies biological re-agents for the monitoring of blood coagulation disorders, oral anticoagulants and anti-platelet drugs in laboratories and hospitals.
The broad line of test kits are used to detect infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, blood coagulation disorders, and autoimmune diseases.
com/research/a4f4b9/haemophilia_and_bl) has announced the addition of the "Haemophilia and Blood Coagulation Disorders Therapy Area Pipeline Report" report to their offering.
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com/reports/c62772) has announced the addition of "Blood and Lymphatic System - Hemophilia or Blood Coagulation Disorders Drug Pipeline Report" to their offering.
The broad line of over 500 different tests is used to detect infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, blood coagulation disorders and autoimmune diseases.
The broad line of over 500 test kits are used to detect infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, blood coagulation disorders, and autoimmune diseases.
The broad line of over 500 different tests is used to detect infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), blood coagulation disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Its broad line of test kits are mostly used to detect infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, blood coagulation disorders, and autoimmune diseases.
Mutations in the Factor II gene (Factor II, Prothrombin) and Factor V gene (Factor V Leiden) are the most common causes of hereditary blood coagulation disorders that can lead to cardiovascular disease.