Bleeding time

What is Bleeding time?

The time interval between the appearance of the first drop of blood and the removal of the last drop after puncture of the ear lobe or the finger, usually 1–3 minutes; it provides a global but imprecise evaluation of platelet and capillary function.

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I Have had blood on pillow and on parts of my sheets not always where my head would be. Last time I had blood all over my bed for over a year and...

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it does seem a rare case- please provide the information asked

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I'm a 30 year old male who recently noticed multiple bruises on my legs and arms. I also have been noticing light pain in my joints and bones that...

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nothing serious probably

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although your description does not raise much concern, some investigation is...

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Hello again, I was trying to find explanation to my problem through Kedney specialist and Hematologist but they advise me to...

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Go for bleeding time and clotting time with APTT

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