Disseminated Itravascular Coagulation

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Haematology and Anatomy (Coagulation) Flashcards on Disseminated Itravascular Coagulation, created by gina_evans0312 on 10/01/2014.
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DIC Widespread deposition of collagen that increases liklihood of spontaneous bleeding
Risks of DIC Spontaneous clotting, clotting factor/platelet formation
DIC Triggers Infections/ Incompatable Transfusions/ Massive Tissue Damage
Lab Findings for DIC- PT Increased
Lab Findings for DIC- APTT Inc
Lab Findings for DIC- TCT Inc
Lab Findings for DIC- Platelet & Fibrinogen Count Decreased
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