coagulopathy

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Related to Coagulation disturbance: Coagulation defects
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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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FFP was subsequently administered to correct the coagulation disturbance.
After the diagnosis was achieved, the second issue raised by our patients was the need to rapidly treat their coagulation disturbance as they both required emergent surgical intervention for surgical decompression of the hematoma and removal of a bone flap for the treatment of increased ICP in our first patient and for ventriculostomy placement to treat obstructive hydrocephalus in the second case.
Each had an ongoing coagulation disturbance, despite the administration of FFP (40 ml/kg), and invasive procedures were indicated (upper endoscopy for hematemesis in three patients; liver biopsy in two patients).
Table 1 Etiology of the coagulation disturbance in patients receiving recombinant factor VIIa No.
Colchicine poisoning may cause severe coagulation disturbances (7).
Thrombelastography (TEG) is a simple point-of-care coagulation test that is used commonly for the assessment of coagulation disturbances during cardiac surgery and liver transplantation.
Papers cover pathophysiology, natural history, methods of evaluation, new drugs and therapeutic strategies, clinical issues, and emerging topics such as the role of coagulation disturbances, portopulmonary hypertension and the hepatopulmonary syndrome, hepato-renal syndrome, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, and non-cirrhotic portal hypertension.
The use of Hespan was limited to two units since more could produce coagulation disturbances.
This problem of paradoxical embolism is of great concern in patients with patent foramen ovale who take oral contraceptives, smoke cigarettes, have a history of venous thromboembolism, have certain coagulation disturbances or who are pregnant.