What Happens If A Fibrin Clot Forms In The Serum Layer Of A Blood Specimen?


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So how do blood clots form? Blood clots are the body's way of stopping a person from bleeding to death. When an individual has either a cut or an injury, the blood will clot to stop the blood from leaking out. Blood clotting is also known as coagulation. When you suffer from a puncture wound or a cut, your body's ability to clot blood will begin before the first drop can leave, and it will then start to heal the area as quickly as it can.

There are many main parts of the body that act during this coagulation process. The major cells in the body that are responsible are the cells that line the blood vessels. The inner layers of the cells are incredibly important in being able to form the blood clot. Fibrin, as you mentioned, is vital too. The fibrin is a part of a whole network of proteins that are able to stick together, and the fibrin acts like a glue during the whole process.

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