2013年8月6日 星期二

clot, anti-clotting, thrombosis 栓塞

此次1961/2/25病是一種 heart failure
引起cronary thrombosis 冠狀動脈栓塞



Observatory

Smarter Anti-Clotting Tools

By SINDYA N. BHANOO

Researchers using nanoparticles of gold have been able to stop blood in test tubes from clotting, and then make it clot again.


clot

Pronunciation: /klɒt/
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noun

  • 1a thick mass of coagulated liquid, especially blood, or of material stuck together:a blood clot a clot of dead leaves
  • 2British informal a foolish or clumsy person:Watch where you’re going, you clot!

verb (clots, clotting, clotted)

  • form or cause to form clots: [no object]:drugs that help blood to clot [with object]:a blood protein known as factor VIII clots blood
  • [with object] cover (something) with sticky matter:its nostrils were clotted with blood

Origin:

Old English clott, clot, of Germanic origin; related to German Klotz

clot
[名]1 (血などの)ぬるぬるしたかたまり;血栓.2 (人・物の)一団, かたまり.3 ((英略式))まぬけ.━━[動](〜・ted, 〜・ting)(自)かたまりになる;〈血液・牛乳が〉凝固す...
clotbuster
《薬学》血栓を溶かす薬.


thrombosis
(thrŏm-bō'sĭs) pronunciation
n., pl., -ses (-sēz).
The formation, presence, or development of a thrombus.
[名](複 -ses 〔-siz〕)[U][C]《病理学》血栓症, 血栓形成.
[New Latin thrombōsis, from Greek, a clotting, from thrombousthai, to clot, from thrombos, clot.]


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