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What are the three categories of hemostasis
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
What are the functional components of hemostasis
Vascular
Platelets for minor breaks
Coagulation for larger breeches in vessel integrity
The vascular components reduce blood flow by what two methods
Local vasconstriction and
Compression of injured blood vessels by blood extravasasted into surrounding tissues
What are the platelet components of hemostasis
hemostatic plugs and platelets release factors to augment vascoconstriction and initiate wall repair
what factor initiates the clotting cascade
PF3
What is coagulation
A sequential cascade of enzynmatic reactionthat forms a fibrin mesh to stabilize the platelet plug
Where are the coagulation factors created
in the liver
what is the coagulation cascade
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Intrinsic, extrinsic and the common pathway
when is the intrinsic system activated
collagen is exposed
PF3
Endotoxin
factors xii, xi, ix and viii
the extrinsic system is initiated by
thromboplastin
what factors are released by the extrinsic system and where
factor III is released by injured tissues and is extrinsic to blood