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Patient Preparing : No special preparation is required, but it's advisable to wear clothing with sleeves that can be rolled up to ease blood collection.

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Coagulation Screen - Basic (PT, INR, aPTT) is a group of blood tests that provides essential information about the clotting ability of your blood. The Prothrombin Time (PT), International Normalized Ratio (INR), and Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT) are part of the basic coagulation panel. These tests are often used to diagnose bleeding disorders, to monitor the effectiveness of certain medication treatments, or to prepare for surgical procedures.

Test Name Coagulation Screen - Basic (PT, INR, aPTT)
Sample Type Blood
Preparations Required No special preparation is required, but it's advisable to wear clothing with sleeves that can be rolled up to ease blood collection.
Report Time 4 hours
Price in Hyderabad ₹ 800

What is the Coagulation Screen - Basic test?

The Coagulation Screen - Basic test comprises the PT, INR, and aPTT tests, which assess how well your blood is clotting. These tests can detect problems in the coagulation process, which could lead to excessive bleeding or clotting.

Why is this test performed?

This test is performed to investigate unexplained bleeding or bruising, to monitor individuals who are taking blood-thinning medications, and to assess a patient's ability to form a blood clot before surgery.

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What does the test involve?

The test involves taking a blood sample from a vein in your arm, typically using a needle. The blood sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.

How do I interpret the results?

A prolonged PT or aPTT could indicate a bleeding disorder. An increased INR is often a targeted outcome for individuals on blood-thinning medications. However, your doctor is best placed to interpret your results in the context of your overall health and medical history.

What could affect my test results?

Certain medications, such as blood thinners, can affect your test results. Make sure your doctor is aware of any medications you're taking.

What should I do if my results are abnormal?

If your results are abnormal, your doctor will guide you on the next steps. This could involve further testing, adjusting medication doses, or exploring other treatment options.

How often should I take this test?

The frequency of this test depends on your health condition and the medications you're taking. If you're on blood-thinning medication, your doctor may order regular tests to ensure the medication is working properly.

Can this test be used to diagnose specific conditions?

Yes, this test can help diagnose various conditions related to blood clotting, such as hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, and liver disease. It's also used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment with blood-thinning drugs.

Is there any risk associated with this test?

The risks associated with this test are minimal and similar to those for any standard blood test, including minor pain or bruising at the site where the needle is inserted.

What factors can affect the coagulation of blood?

Many factors can affect blood coagulation, including certain medications, liver disease, vitamin K deficiency, and inherited clotting disorders.

What is the difference between PT, INR, and aPTT?

PT measures the time it takes for your blood to clot, INR standardizes the PT result to help the comparison between labs, and aPTT measures the time it takes for your blood to clot when substances (reagents) are added to it.

Can I do this test at home?

No, this test requires a blood sample to be taken by a healthcare professional and analyzed in a laboratory.

Can I eat and drink before the test?

Yes, you can eat and drink before the test. However, it's important to stay hydrated as it makes it easier to draw a blood sample.

Who should I consult if my results are abnormal?

If your results are abnormal, consult with your doctor who can interpret the results and guide you on the next steps.

Can an abnormal coagulation test result be corrected?

Yes, abnormal results can often be managed with treatments such as medication adjustments or the introduction of new medications. Your doctor will guide you based on your specific condition and results.

Blood clotting is an essential process in the body to prevent excessive bleeding. Understanding the results of a basic coagulation screen can be crucial in managing bleeding disorders, monitoring treatment effectiveness, and planning surgeries. Always consult your doctor for interpretation of test results and further management.

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