Can you explain INR, PT, PTT, aPPT, and bleeding time?

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Can you explain INR, PT, PTT, aPPT, and bleeding time?

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INR --International normalized ratio-- is considered to be a calculation that has been made for standardizing the prothrombin time. INR is focused on...

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What is Prothrombin Time? - Definition & Normal Range

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Prothrombin Time (PT) is the measurement of the time blood takes to coagulate to a thrombus (blood clot). Learn the procedure and normal range of PT, as well as the composition of blood itself that contributes to the difference in these measurements.


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