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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Second, we did not have data on causes of coagulopathy in our patients.
Three units of fresh frozen plasma were administrated within 3 days to the patient for the correction of severe hypofibrinogenemia despite a very high D-dimer level (5000 ng/mL), both of which reflected consumption coagulopathy, as stated by the authors.
There have been a small number of reported cases showing isolated reversible coagulopathy without overt hepatic injury in patients on niacin, both sustained and immediate release.
Specifically, they suggest how to avoid undue blood loss, enhance the patient's blood, and improve tolerance of anemia and coagulopathy until the underlying conditions are successfully remedied.
We could speculate that it might be undiagnosed coagulopathy that explains the shared risk or perhaps characteristics of labor, placentation, or other factors.
5, despite platelet, fresh frozen plasma and red blood cell transfusion, his coagulopathy ultimately worsened.
Data show that coagulopathy is related to severity of injury and markedly increases mortality rates at similar levels of injury severity.
Patients with liver failure resulting from DILI may experience deep jaundice, fluid retention, advanced coagulopathy and coma.
These venoms produce not only extensive necrosis and hemorrhage that result in considerable tissue damage, but also coagulopathy and shock.
Thrombocytopenia is commonly present, but a coagulopathy can also occur due to proteins with anticoagulant activity being released by the leukaemic blasts.
In addition, the procedure should not be performed in asthma patients who have an active respiratory infection or coagulopathy, or in those who are having an asthma exacerbation and those who have had changes to their corticosteroid regimen within 14 days prior to treatment.
8] Another documented paraneoplastic effect of transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) is the development of coagulopathy from the secretion of heparin-like anticoagulants.