Autocoagulogram of blood of patients with hemophilia

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The autocoagulogram has not yet found widespread use in laboratory practice in the clinical examination of patients with clotting disorders. Meanwhile, this test is very easy to perform and is valuable because it uses only oxalate plasma from the patient and "haemolysate" from erythrocytes of the same plasma, i.e. it excludes the influence of biological reagents added in many other reactions, such as in the thromboplastin generation test.


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M. A. Kotovshchikova

Leningrad Research Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion

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Russian Federation

V. S. Abramov

Leningrad Research Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion

Email: info@eco-vector.com

Russian Federation

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Fig. 2. Autocoagulograms of patient C. before and after transfusion of blood plasma fraction I.

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Fig. 3. Cross-sectional autocoagulograms of donor and patient.

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