clotting time


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Related to clotting time: coagulation time, Bleeding time
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Noun1.clotting time - the time it takes for a sample of blood to clot; used to diagnose some clotting disorders
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
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We recommend the easy-to-perform bedside whole-blood clotting time investigation to diagnose boomslang bite in resource-limited areas.
In addition, the company manufactures instrumentation and associated disposables that measures the activated clotting time of blood, as well as a line of products designed for safe needle and scalpel blade containment.
The clotting time was defined as the time when the sample started to coagulate after the last substance was added on it.
a) Patients with H/O snake bite with oedema with bleeding diathesis or with prolonged clotting time or both.
Bleeding time (by Duke's filter paper method) and clotting time (by Wright's capillary tube method) were measured in three phases during a single menstrual cycle as follows:
Results of a complete blood count and serum biochemical analysis and measured Af-acetyl-[beta]-d-glucosaminidase activity and whole blood clotting time were evaluated before, during, and after completion of treatments.
Platelet aggregation was measured at baseline and at 4 h of treatment after single and multiple dose study along with recording of bleeding and clotting time.
The aim of this study to measure milk clotting times of skim milk by using Mucor Miehei rennet and determination of optimal conditions of milk clotting time by mathematical modelling.
In animal models, the synthetic platelets reduced clotting time by approximately 30 percent, though the materials have not yet been tested in humans.
At high levels of fish oil above the GRAS limit, people may experience a delayed clotting time and at very high doses potential gastric upset.
Some ophthalmological surgeries, such as, flap extraction, that is, removal of a cataract by making a flap in the cornea, antiglaucomatous sclerectomy and dacryocystorhinostomy are fraught with profuse hemorrhage exhibiting dependencies on changes in hemostasis parameters, including prothrombin time, thrombin clotting time and number of platelets.
Mr Whittaker said it was difficult to say how long had elapsed because clotting time could vary.