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Blood coagulation disorders

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Description of factors involved in coagulation of the blood, factors measured in the investigation of clotting disorders

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Platelet transfusion may be required if you have a low platelet count (thrombocytopaenia). Platelets assist with forming blood clots.

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Blood Clotting and Monitoring | myVMC

Normally, clotting only occurs when there is blood loss from a damaged blood vessel. However, there are several conditions that can cause blood clots to form in the absence of active bleeding.

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