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Hemostasis in the Lab, Approaching to the Correct Diagnosis in the Coagulopathies
American Journal of Pediatrics
Coagulation is the result of a coordinated interaction of blood proteins, circulating cells, endothelium cells and extracellular matrix proteins in the vessel wall. This process works in conjunction with other mechanisms that have to keep the blood in an effective flow, without hemorrity when damage occurs or without a thrombus when clotting begins. Most of the time, there is not so much information that a clotting test gives us, however, in the face of a real clinical scenario that concurrentdoi:10.11648/j.ajp.20200602.16 fatcat:4cedvbuvvzcdtcbbnz2i7zx2ya