New data on hemostasis will help prevent heart attacks and strokes

Scientists at TSU and the Goldberg Research Institute of Pharmacology and Regenerative Medicine are investigating hemostasis processes in a joint project. Using physical and mathematical modeling, they have obtained new data on the functioning of the blood coagulation system. The results will help improve the accuracy of diagnosis and the effectiveness of treatment of hemostatic disorders and thereby reduce the number of serious complications, including heart attacks and cardiovascular accidents.
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