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Thrombosis and anti-thrombotic therapy

by Paul Moss, PhD
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    The lecture Thrombosis and anti-thrombotic therapy by Paul Moss, PhD is from the course Hematology: Advanced. It contains the following chapters:

    • Thrombosis
    • Anticoagulant Drugs

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    1. Swelling, tenderness and warmth in the lower leg
    2. Angina
    3. Decreased D-dimer concentrations in blood
    4. Sudden onset of cold and blue toes in the foot
    5. Purpura on the limbs
    1. Low molecular weight heparin
    2. Warfarin
    3. Streptokinase
    4. Rivaroxaban
    5. Aspirin
    1. Factor V Leiden makes the protein easier to cleave by activated protein C.
    2. Up to 30% of patients with venous thrombosis have a genetic predisposition to thrombosis.
    3. Activated protein C inactivates the activated forms of factors V and VIII.
    4. Homozygotes for factor V Leiden have a 30-140 increased risk of thrombosis.
    5. Protein S is a co-factor for protein C.

    Author of lecture Thrombosis and anti-thrombotic therapy

     Paul Moss, PhD

    Paul Moss, PhD


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