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'automated counter' and 'peripheral smear' are techinques to count _______
this type of thrombus often forms at the site of endothelial damage
fresh blood shows up this color on a CT scan
These are notable side effects of antiplatelet drugs
This prothrombotic drug reverses the effects of heparin
This category of drugs can cause skin necrosis and fetal abnormalities
this expensive aspirin alternative is very good at preventing reformation of clots
This test is helpful for evaluating DIC
Subcutaneous administration of this drug does not require monitoring of aPTT
also known as rat poison
high platelet volume makes a clot appear this color
PTT used to monitor response to this drug therapy
FDPs are a byproduct of this enzyme
these drugs should be noted during investigation of hemostasis disorders
this type of meningitis is known to cause bleeding disorders
This anticoagulant activates antithrombin
This prothrombotic drug is used in malnutrition as well as to reverse warfarin
spider telangiectasia is common in people with disease in this organ
FDPs measures the rate of this process
These are used to measure the fibrinolysis of cross linked fibrin.
PT is used to monitor this therapy
These are characterized as small points of hemorrhage caused by capillary rupture. These pinpoint spots DO NOT BLANCH and are painless
Hemophilia, vwd, and dic have elevated times in this test
SLE results in this bleeding disorder
The D-dimer assay is used for this disease
A dangerous result of a deep vein thromboses, this manifests as a shortness of breath
Administration of fresh frozen plasma reverses active bleeding due to the deficiency of _____________
FDP is used to track the progress of this disease
this thrombosis occurs in areas of high fibrin proportion with edema and warmth
this category of drugs can be used to prevent or treat clots in the VENOUS system
This class of drugs decreases levels of Factors II, VII, IX, and X
antiplatelet drugs increase this test time
subungal refers to being under this:
'thinning the blood' refers to taking away the ability to form this
this category of drugs are primarily used in HIT, when heparins are contraindicated
use these drugs for the prevention of arterial clots
the arrest of bleeding by the physiological properties of vasoconstriction and coagulation or by surgical means
These type of drugs are primarily used for pulmonary embolism, acute stroke, MI
alternative to BT that is expensive
these two drugs can cause necrotic tissue
This test is used to screen for inherited platelet disorders
This test measures the conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin
Categorization: necrosis due to lack of blood flow
These spots are often called 'bruises', They are greater than 10 mm, large lesion, does not blanch, usually tender
this is the greatest risk of venous thrombosis
necrotic tissue is different from purpura due to this physical property
These assays can be both functional and immunologic: useful when suspecting dysfibrinogenemia
This cutaneous finding consists of skin mottling and cold extremities; it indicates impaired circulation
this class of drugs directly degrades thrombi and are known as clot busters
fast heart beat
dilation of capillaries in skin or mucus membranes that BLANCH with pressure
this class of antiplatelet drugs irreversibly inhibits P2Y12
The vertical transmission of an immune factor from mother to child is known as this type of platelet defect
These spots can be described as larger sized petechiae, 3-10mm, and have the same cause; they can be palpated
fast breathing
PT and this ratio go hand in hand
Tooth extraction can be a sign of these two bleeding disorders
antiplatelet drugs do NOT prevent this type of thrombosis
One should be concerned if the platelet count is below this number
This test is used to assay the function of the intrinsic pathway
This tests assesses the function of the extrinsic and final common pathway of the coagulation cascade
The weakest inhibitor of phosphodiesterase, combined with aspirin, used to prevent stroke
localized collection of CLOTTED blood, can be palpated and moved around, usually nontender
This is the cause of wet gangrene
lack of color, delayed capillary refill time, is known as this clinical sign
the most abundant receptor on platelets and megakaryocytes
In this disorder, the distal area exhibits pallor first
This test determines the interaction of platelets with the endothelium
venous thrombosis is usually this color

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Created Nov 24, 2010ReportNominate
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