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Coagulation Screening - 3 (PT, aPTT, INR, Fibrinogen, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)

Coagulation Screening - 3 (PT, aPTT, INR, Fibrinogen, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)

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The Coagulation Screening - 3 test, comprising Prothrombin Time (PT), Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT), International Normalized Ratio (INR), fibrinogen level, platelet count, and Thrombin Time (TT), is a comprehensive test panel that evaluates your body's blood clotting process. This test is particularly important for diagnosing bleeding disorders, planning surgical procedures, and monitoring the effectiveness of anticoagulant (blood-thinning) therapy.

Understanding your clotting factors' functioning can help you and your doctor prevent significant health complications like deep vein thrombosis or stroke, manage bleeding risks during surgical procedures, and monitor the impact of medications on blood clotting.

  • Test NameCoagulation Screening - 3 (PT, aPTT, INR, Fibrinogen, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredNo special preparation is necessary, but it's important to stay hydrated for a smooth blood drawing process.
  • Report Time4 hours

Why is this test done?

This test is done to evaluate your blood's clotting ability. It's crucial for diagnosing blood clotting disorders, managing anticoagulant therapy, and assessing bleeding risk before surgical procedures.

Do I need to fast for this test?

Fasting is usually not required for this test. However, always follow the specific instructions provided by your doctor or the testing lab.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you experience symptoms such as unexplained bleeding or bruising, if you're about to undergo surgery, or if you're on anticoagulant therapy, this test might be necessary.

This test provides detailed information about your blood's ability to clot, helping diagnose clotting disorders and monitor the effects of anticoagulant medication.

The frequency of testing depends on your specific medical condition and whether you're taking anticoagulant medication. Your doctor will provide guidance based on your individual needs.

Normal values may vary between labs, but generally, PT is between 10-14 seconds, INR is around 1.0, aPTT is 30-40 seconds, fibrinogen level is 200-400 mg/dL, platelet count is 150,000 to 450,000/dL, and TT is 14-16 seconds. Always discuss your results with your doctor to understand their implications.

The usual precautions for a blood draw apply. You should inform your doctor about all the medications and supplements you're taking, as they can influence the test results.

Several factors can affect the results, including liver disease, vitamin K deficiency, certain genetic disorders, and the consumption of certain medications like blood thinners.

Yes, lifestyle factors like diet, alcohol consumption, and the use of certain medications, including over- the-counter drugs like aspirin or prescription anticoagulants, can influence the results.

Non-modifiable factors include genetic disorders affecting blood clotting, such as hemophilia or Von Willebrand disease.

If your results are abnormal, you should consult a hematologist or your primary care doctor who can guide you further based on the results.

Yes, this test is particularly useful in detecting several blood disorders including hemophilia, thrombocytopenia, and Von Willebrand disease.

Fibrinogen is a protein necessary for blood clotting. Low fibrinogen levels can indicate a bleeding disorder, liver disease, or malnutrition, while high levels may indicate inflammation, infection, or certain types of cancer.

Yes, several medications, including anticoagulants, antibiotics, and even over-the-counter drugs like aspirin can influence the test results.

Abnormal results can indicate a blood clotting disorder, bleeding disorder, liver disease, or vitamin K deficiency. They may also suggest that the dosage of anticoagulant medication needs adjustment.

Body's ability to manage bleeding and clot formation is vital to maintaining good health. Regular testing, as advised by your doctor, can provide invaluable information to diagnose potential disorders, plan medical procedures, and manage medications that impact your blood's clotting capability. A balanced lifestyle, including a healthy diet and regular exercise, can significantly contribute to maintaining optimal clotting function.

Coagulation Screening - 3 (PT, aPTT, INR, Fibrinogen, Platelet Count, Thrombin Time)
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