Haemostasis is a complex process which occurs in various phases, the vascular, platelet, coagulation and contraction phases. The proper functioning of this series of steps is essential for adequate haemostasis.
KeywordsAdenosine Diphosphate Contraction Phase Platelet Concentration Fibrin Fiber Adequate Haemostasis
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