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Russian term or phrase:ЭТ, этаноловый тест
English translation:ethanol gelation test
Entered by: Marina Aleyeva
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20:39 Mar 22, 2007
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / blood coagulation
Russian term or phrase: ЭТ
Позитивные сдвиги произошли и в отношении фибринолитической системы крови, ФАК возросла на 8,7% (р
Jennifer Guernsey
United States
Local time: 09:11
ethanol test
Explanation:
этаноловый тест

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Note added at 50 mins (2007-03-22 21:30:17 GMT)
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Sorry, I think in English it is (was, as the test is rarely used now) more commonly referred to as ethanol gelation test. Here is the description of both tests:

In the past, paracoagulation tests have been used to help differentiate DIC from the rare occurrence of primary fibrinolysis. The protamine sulfate gelation test detects the presence of the fibrin monomer produced by thrombin activity on fibrinogen. Protamine sulfate is added to plasma, and, if fibrin monomers are present, a loose clot will form suggesting DIC. Without the presence of thrombin, no fibrin monomers are present, and no clot will form. When the proper combination of abnormal laboratory results and patient symptoms exists, a negative protamine sulfate test suggests primary fibrinolysis.[8] The ethanol gelation test is very similar to the protamine sulfate gelation test and also detects fibrin monomer that forms after thrombin generation. However, neither test is specific or sensitive,[7] and both have been largely replaced by other tests, such as D-dimer, to indicate whether coagulation has been activated.
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Marina Aleyeva
Ukraine
Local time: 16:11
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And thanks AGAIN, Marina! You have really saved me on this translation job! :)
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ethanol test


Explanation:
этаноловый тест

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Note added at 50 mins (2007-03-22 21:30:17 GMT)
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Sorry, I think in English it is (was, as the test is rarely used now) more commonly referred to as ethanol gelation test. Here is the description of both tests:

In the past, paracoagulation tests have been used to help differentiate DIC from the rare occurrence of primary fibrinolysis. The protamine sulfate gelation test detects the presence of the fibrin monomer produced by thrombin activity on fibrinogen. Protamine sulfate is added to plasma, and, if fibrin monomers are present, a loose clot will form suggesting DIC. Without the presence of thrombin, no fibrin monomers are present, and no clot will form. When the proper combination of abnormal laboratory results and patient symptoms exists, a negative protamine sulfate test suggests primary fibrinolysis.[8] The ethanol gelation test is very similar to the protamine sulfate gelation test and also detects fibrin monomer that forms after thrombin generation. However, neither test is specific or sensitive,[7] and both have been largely replaced by other tests, such as D-dimer, to indicate whether coagulation has been activated.
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3230/is_7_31/ai_55343...

Marina Aleyeva
Ukraine
Local time: 16:11
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And thanks AGAIN, Marina! You have really saved me on this translation job! :)

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