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Extracorporeal Thrombogenesis: Mechanisms and Prevention

  • S. Fazal Mohammad

Abstract

Blood-contacting prosthetic devices are playing an increasing role in the practice of medicine, and trends indicate that their use will continue to grow. Not only are hemodialyzers, blood oxygenators, and catheters used routinely, but the number of vascular grafts, heart valves, ventricular assist devices, and even total artificial hearts implanted in patients, grew steadily in the past decade. Through the use of these devices we have learned that thrombogenesis remains a potential problem when blood contacts an artificial surface (1, 2).

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Thrombus Formation Polymer Surface Human Platelet Platelet Adhesion Biomed Mater 
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