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Measuring and Evaluating the Levels of Coagulation Factors and Platelet in the Serum of the Patients with Moderate and Severe Brain Injury| Biomed Grid

Journal: American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research (Vol.4, No. 1)

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Page : 26-27

Keywords : Biomedical Science and Research Journals; scientific research articles on biomedical; biomedical research articles; biomedical journal articles; Biomed Grid;

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Brain injury is a common accident and many factors involve in it's occurance. Due to daily increasing in vehicles numbers and some other dangerous factors, Brain injury incidence is increasing day by day. In case it would not be treated on time, it will cause high levels of mortality and disability. Current usual scale to detect the severity of head injury is GCS which although it is beneficial but has many limitations and in most of the time cannot be measured and used appropriately during clinical practice. So it would be necessary to try to find biomarkers that can determine the severity of brain damage in this patients group. This study has been done to determine and compare the levels of coagulation factors and platelet in the patients with moderate and severe brain injury [1-6]. This study is a descriptive analytical one which during that There were 200 patients whom data were collected and included in the study. Demographic information of the patients including their age, sex and etiology of the injury were collected and registered in a specific questionnaire. After examining the patients, their GCS levels were registered and the patients with moderate and severe brain injuries have been included in the study [7-12]. After getting their blood samples, the levels of PT, PTT, INR and Plt were measured and registered. Then the data were collected and evaluated with SPSS software.

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