Coagulation definition

Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and mixing by which colloidal and suspended materials are destabilized and agglomerated into flocs.
Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and mixing by which colloidal and suspended materials are de-stabilized and agglomerated into flocs.
Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and rapid mixing, by which colloidal and suspended material are destabilized and agglomerated into settleable and/or filterable flocs.

Examples of Coagulation in a sentence

Coagulation disorder, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), thrombocytopenia, thrombocythemia, activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) prolonged, Bleeding time prolonged, fibrinogen decreased, D-dimer increased, prothrombin level decreased, petecchiae, purpura, thrombosis, arterial thrombosis-limb, deep venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolus, thromboembolism, thrombophlebitis-deep, PT change.

Coagulation disorders in coronavirus infected patients: COVID-19, SARS-CoV-1, MERS-CoV and lessons from the past.

Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and mixing by which colloidal and suspended materials are destabilized and agglomerated into flocs.

Coagulation factors are not consumed so that the PT and PTT remain normal.

H., Coagulation abnormalities and thrombosis in patients with COVID-19.


More Definitions of Coagulation

Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and rapid mixing to destabilize colloidal and suspended particles and ag- glomerate them into flocs.
Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and rapid mixing to destabilize colloidal and sus- pended particles and agglomerate them into flocs.
Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemi- cals and rapid mixing to destabilize colloidal and suspended particles and agglomerate them into flocs.
Coagulation means a treatment process that uses coagulant chemicals and mixing to destabilize and agglomerate colloidal and suspended materials into flocs.
Coagulation means a process using coagulant chem­ icals and rapid mixing to destabilize colloidal and suspended parti­ cles and agglomerate them into flocs.
Coagulation means a process using coagulant chemicals and mixing by which colloidal and suspended materials are
Coagulation means a treatment process that uses coagulant chemicals and mixing by which colloidal and sus- pended materials are destabilized and agglomerated into flocs.