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	Coagulation Screening - 2 (PT, aPTT, INR, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)

Coagulation Screening - 2 (PT, aPTT, INR, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)

The Coagulation Screening - 2 test, inclusive of Prothrombin Time (PT), Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT), International Normalized Ratio (INR), platelet count, and Thrombin Time (TT), is an important battery of tests that can evaluate your body's clotting process. This test can determine your risk of excessive bleeding or developing blood clots, making it crucial in planning surgeries, diagnosing bleeding disorders, and monitoring the effects of blood-thinning medications.

Timely testing for the clotting factors can help mitigate serious health concerns, such as deep vein thrombosis, stroke, or excessive surgical bleeding. Continuous monitoring and proactive intervention can significantly improve outcomes for individuals prone to clotting or bleeding disorders.

  • Test Name Coagulation Screening - 2 (PT, aPTT, INR, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredNo special preparation is required, but it is important to stay hydrated for a smoother blood drawing process.
  • Report Time4 hours

Why is this test necessary?

This test is essential to determine the clotting capability of your blood, important for diagnosing bleeding disorders, planning surgical procedures, and monitoring blood-thinning medications' effectiveness.

Is fasting necessary for this test?

Generally, fasting is not required for this test. It's always better to follow your doctor's instructions concerning test preparation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you exhibit symptoms such as unexplained bleeding or bruising, or if you're on blood-thinning medication, or prior to surgery to assess your blood's clotting ability, this test may be required.

The test provides vital insights into your blood's clotting time, helping to diagnose clotting disorders, and monitor the efficacy of medications that alter clotting time.

The frequency of testing depends on your specific health condition and if you're taking any blood- thinning medications. Your doctor will guide you based on your health status and needs.

Normal values can vary, but generally, PT is between 10-14 seconds, INR is around 1.0, aPTT is 30-40 seconds, platelet count is 150,000 to 450,000/dL, and TT is 14-16 seconds. Always consult your doctor to understand your specific results.

Standard precautions for a blood draw apply. Be sure to inform your doctor about any medications you're currently taking as they can affect the results.

Factors that can influence the test results include liver disease, consumption of certain medications, like blood thinners, genetic disorders, vitamin K deficiency, and alcohol intake.

Yes, certain modifiable factors such as alcohol consumption, diet, and the use of certain medications like aspirin or blood thinners can influence the test results.

Non-modifiable factors include inherited disorders that affect blood clotting, such as hemophilia or Von Willebrand disease.

If your test values are abnormal, you should consult your primary care doctor, who might refer you to a hematologist, a doctor specialized in blood disorders.

Abnormal results may indicate a blood clotting disorder, bleeding disorder, liver disease, or vitamin K deficiency. It could also suggest that the dosage of blood-thinning medication is not optimal.

Yes, certain medications like blood thinners, antibiotics, and even over-the-counter drugs like aspirin can affect the results. It's important to inform your doctor about any medications you're currently taking.

Yes, the test can help detect several blood disorders including hemophilia, thrombocytopenia, and Von Willebrand disease.

Each component provides unique insights into your blood's clotting ability. PT and INR measure how fast your blood clots, aPTT assesses the efficiency of the clotting process, platelet count determines the number of platelets, crucial for blood clotting, and TT measures how long it takes for a clot to form once thrombin has been added.

Body's ability to manage bleeding and clot formation is vital to maintaining your overall health. The Coagulation Screening - 2 test can provide invaluable information to help diagnose potential disorders, plan medical procedures, and manage medications that alter your blood's clotting capability. Regular testing, as advised by your doctor, coupled with a balanced lifestyle, can significantly contribute to maintaining good health.

Coagulation Screening - 2 (PT, aPTT, INR, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)
₹ 1900
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