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  • adj. Describing any agent or condition that leads to thrombosis

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Examples

  • Some hemophilia patients have been described who have inherited a prothrombotic mutation in factor V, known as factor V

  • There exists a small subset of hemophilia patients who have inherited a prothrombotic mutation in factor V known as factor V

  • The co-inheritance of prothrombotic factors in hemophilia patients is associated with a later onset of disease, lower frequency of bleeding, and reduced requirements for factor VIII or factor IX treatment as part of their disease management.

  • ALN-APC provides a pharmacologic strategy to reproduce the human genetics observed with co-inheritance of prothrombotic factors in hemophilia.

  • Hemophilia patients that have co-inherited these prothrombotic mutations are characterized as having a later onset of disease, lower risk of bleeding, and reduced requirements for factor VIII or factor IX treatment as part of their disease management.

  • This study provides an important insight into how sleep disruptions can trigger prothrombotic processes that may eventually lead to cardiovascular diseases and perhaps other conditions like strokes.

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  • In 2000, the North American Specialized Coagulation Laboratory Association (NASCOLA) was formed with the goal of providing proficiency testing for laboratories that perform diagnostic testing for bleeding and prothrombotic disorders.

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  • "But there were prothrombotic and cardiovascular effects that include evidence of alterations in autonomic cardiovascular control and cardiac repolarization."

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  • Obliteration of the small intrahepatic portal veins in association with prothrombotic disorders linked to HIV infection itself or anti-retroviral therapy seem to be the causes of NRH and thus the term HIV-associated obliterative portopathy has been proposed.

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  • "This study provides additional evidence that exposure to the smallest particles in the ambient air is associated with a disregulation of cardiac rhythm as well as prothrombotic effects that may be of significant concern, especially for susceptible individuals", said Dr. Samet.

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