Background: Hemostasis is a process in which a damaged blood vessel wall is closed off by a fibrin-rich platelet plug to stop the loss of blood into the extracellular space and initiate the repair of the damaged endothelium. This process begins with activation of coagulation factors in blood under classically divided intrinsic and extrinsic pathways.

Models: Skin bleeding, tail vein bleeding, mucosa bleeding

Standard study duration: hours, upon study endpoints

Clinical endpoint: Bleeding time, bleeding volume, coagulation tests, coagulation factors, platelet function…

Features: Hemostasis assessments, safety assessment, coagulation factor studies, coagulation pathways…

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