Toxic Effects on Haemostasis
Haemostasis is the initial stage of wound healing where the bleeding from the wound stops. If haemostasis does not happen it can lead to a massive amount of blood loss which can lead to the death of the person. We know that the liquid monomer component of Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) is cytotoxic.
- Platelet-vessel wall interactions
- Inhibition of cyclooxygenase by aspirin and non-aspirin NSAIDs
- Platelet aggregation and bleeding time
- Effects of aspirin on platelet function and bleeding time
- Effects of non-aspirin NSAIDs on platelet function and bleeding time
- Effects of aspirin on clinical bleeding
- Effects of non-aspirin NSAIDs on clinical bleeding
- Conditions compounding the risk of bleeding with NSAIDs.
- Hexamine Cobalt (III) Chloride
- Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Solvents
- Cadmium, Lead and Mercury