Blood coagulation or clotting is the mechanism by which blood changes its form from liquid to a highly viscousgel-like form known as clot. The process is called hemostasis, which prevents blood loss from damaged blood vessels. The process of coagulation consists of activation, bonding, and accumulation of platelets accompanied by deposition and development of fibrin. Thrombosis and hemorrhage are some of the major coagulation disorders.
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Coagulation tests primarily measure the body plasma’s ability to clot as well as time taken for the same. Coagulation testing helps doctors assess risk of extreme bleeding or developing thrombosis inside blood vessels. Coagulation tests are conducted in a similar manner as most blood tests. Side effects are minimal in these tests. Coagulation disorders can cause hazardous amounts of blood loss or excessive clotting. If the doctor suspects a coagulation disorder, more coagulation tests may be carried out to confirm the same. These tests are useful for measuring several proteins and their functions. Conditions that can cause clotting disorders include liver disease, thrombophilia (excessive clotting), and hemophilia (inability to clot normally). Moreover, coagulation tests are beneficial for people who take medicines that affects their blood coagulation ability. Coagulation tests are also carried out before certain surgeries depending on the history and condition of the patient.
Blood coagulation tubes primarily contain a solution of tri-sodium citrate. The citrate concentrations are available in two varieties namely0.129 mol/l (3.8%) and0.109 mol/l (3.2%). The mixing ratio is usually one portion citrate to nine portions blood. These tubes also contain adenosine, theophilline, and dipyridamole. One of the most important aspects to be kept in mind is that these tubes must be completely filled, as short draw tubes might not serve the purpose. The side effects of a coagulation test are usually negligible. Patient might experience minor soreness or bruising at the site. The other risks are lightheadedness, pain, and infection(s).
Blood Coagulation Tubes Taxonomy
On the basis of citrate concentration the global blood coagulation tubes market is classified into:
3.8% citrate solution
3.2% citrate solution
On the basis of type of end user the global blood coagulation tubes market is classified into:
Some of the major competitors operating in the blood coagulation tubes industry are Medical Expo, Ajosha BioTeklik Pvt. Ltd., CML Biotech Pvt. Ltd., New MicroMed International Pvt. Ltd., Greiner BioOne, Gosselin, FL Medical, and Advacare Pharma.
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Product launches and continuous innovations by key market players are expected to facilitate growth of the blood coagulation tubes market. For instance, in August 2019, medical device company Q-Sera Pty Ltd. announced that their Q-Sera technology, a blood clotting technology to be used in blood collection tubes, has been granted patent in the U.S. by the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
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