incoagulable

incoagulable

(ˌɪnkəʊˈæɡjʊləbəl)
adj
(Biology) biology of a nature that cannot be coagulated
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Envenenamiento medio Sangre normal o incoagulable, sin presentar sangrado sistemico y alteraciones hemodinamicas.
Incoagulable blood is a cardinal sign of systemic envenoming by most of the vipiridae.
Objectives: To compare the efficacy, safety and cost of Pakistani anti-snake venom with that imported from India Methods: The comparative cross-sectional study was conducted from June to September 2010 and comprised patients hospitalised following Krait snake bite in Mithi and Umerkot hospitals of Tharparker district who had incoagulable blood test on admission (20-minute whole blood clotting time).
Coagulation was again checked after 6 hours and, if blood was still incoagulable, the dose of the venom was repeated after 6 hours.
Only those cases that showed incoagulable blood on admission were inducted in the trial, while strictly following the exclusion criteria that comprised pregnant cases, children, cobra bite and those with coagulable blood.
* incoagulable blood, with negligible to mild local swelling
Special investigations reveal incoagulable blood, defibrination, elevated fibrinogen degradation products, thrombocytopenia and anaemia.
An experienced and alert clinician is the best measure of incoagulable blood.
58.9% patients had mild derangement of hemostasis with a clotting time of 10-14 minutes, 11.9% had moderate derangement with a clotting time 15-30 minutes and 26.8% had sever derangement of hemostasis with a clotting time of <30minutes or incoagulable blood.