Hemostasis and Thrombosis

Hemostasis is the body's natural process to stop bleeding when a blood vessel is damaged. It involves a sequence of events, including blood vessel constriction, platelet activation, and blood clot formation, ensuring that bleeding is controlled.

Thrombosis, conversely, is the formation of blood clots within undamaged blood vessels. It can obstruct blood flow, leading to serious conditions like deep vein thrombosis or stroke.Maintaining the delicate balance between hemostasis and preventing excessive clotting is crucial. Medical interventions such as anticoagulants help prevent excessive clot formation, while clotting factors are administered when hemostasis is compromised. Understanding and managing hemostasis and thrombosis are critical for preventing bleeding disorders and clot-related health issues.

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  • Anticoagulant and antiplatelet therapies.
  • Thrombotic disorders and risk assessment.

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