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Blood clots Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

Every who cuts himself shaving knows the bleeding time limited, but the formation of a clot of blood a very serious complication.

For example, a clot in the the circulation of the brain or in the small coronary arteries - which the muscles of the heart supplied with blood - produce either a stroke or, in the case of the heart muscle, an attack as a coronary.

Quite often in these conditions, or if a clot forms in the lungs or veins of the lower limb, anticoagulants prescribed to it more difficult for the blood to clot.

But, obviously, there a limit to the slowing-down of the clotting rate. Carried to excess it that bleeding goes on for far too .

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