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Natural hemostasis Clot formation or vessel spasm
Artificial hemostasis Compression or ligation
Four factors for hemostasis to occur Adequate numbers of platelets Platelet normal function Vascular integrity All coagulation factors present
Coagulation Formation of a clot
Number of clotting factors 13
Clotting factors are... proteins
Intrinsic pathway is located intravascular system
Extrinsic pathway occurs Tissue system
The key to the clotting mechanism Thrombin
Factor VIII von Willebrands
Factor I Fibrinogen
Factor II Prothrombin
Qualitative pertaining to observations of a categorical nature
Quantitative pertaining to observations of a numerical nature
Coagulopathy Any disorder of blood coagulation
Tubes that "tie up"/bind calcium to prevent the coagulation cascade Btt-Sodium Citrate & Ltt- EDTA
Blood to anticoagulant ratio 9:1
EDTA/LTT tube for Platelet counts
BTT/Sodium Citrate Coagulation testing/Evaluation of intrinsic and extrinsic pathways
Platelet Poor Plasma Coagulation testing
Platelet Rich Plasma Platelet Function Testing
Whole Blood Clotting Time is also called the Lee-White method
Activated Clotting Time Intrinsic clotting mechanism
ACT activating agent: Diatomaceous Earth
ACT normal value 60-90seconds
Buccal Mucosa Bleeding Time (normal time) 1-5min. (1-3)
BMBT prolonged with platelet defects, increased capillarity fragility, Von Willebrands
OSPT normal range 7-10 seconds
Created by: lish08