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acenocoumarol prevents the production of these clotting factors by inhibiting the action of vitamin k. clots in the heart can detach and travel to the brain, causing a stroke.the anticoagulant effect of acenocoumarol is measured in terms of the prothombin time, which is the time taken for blood clotting to occur in a sample of blood to which calcium and a substance known as thromboplastin have been added. sometimes, however, a blood clot can form abnormally within the blood vessels. heart valve disease can have the same effect, particularly if artificial heart valves have been fitted. slow blood flow in the leg and pelvic veins can also result in clots forming (deep vein thrombosis). without these clotting factors fibrinogen cannot be converted into fibrin and blood clots are therefore less likely to occur. the activated clotting factors cause a protein called fibrinogen to be converted into another called fibrin. a type of fast irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation can also disrupt blood flow and may lead to blood clots forming in the heart. this is known as a thromboembolism. your doctor will take regular blood samples and adjust your dose of acenocoumarol as necessary to make your inr fall into the range that has been shown to be effective at preventing blood clots in your particular condition. fibrin binds the platelets together, forming a blood clot. this is usually due to a disturbance in the blood flow within the blood vessels. this is known as a thrombus and can be dangerous because the clot may detach and travel in the bloodstream, where it becomes known as an embolus.acenocoumarol takes about three days to produce its full anticoagulant effect because, while it prevents the production of new clotting factors, it takes about this long for clotting factors that have already been produced to be used up. this is the body's natural way of repairing itself. this time is expressed as the international normalised ratio (inr). the clot may eventually get lodged in a blood vessel, thereby blocking the blood supply to a vital organ such as the heart, brain or lungs. for example, fatty deposits on the walls of the blood vessels (atherosclerosis) can disrupt the blood flow, giving a tendency for platelets to clump together and start off the clotting process. vitamin k is essential for their production.nicoumalone tablets contain the active ingredient acenocoumarol (previously known as nicoumalone in the uk), which is a type of medicine called an oral anticoagulant. it is used to stop blood clots forming within the blood vessels. acenocoumarol works by preventing the vitamin k dependent production of the clotting factors described above.what is it used for?treating and preventing blood clots in the blood vessels, for example in the following cases:preventing abnormal blood clots in conditions with increased risk, eg rheumatic heart disease, atrial fibrillation and after insertion of artificial (prosthetic) heart valves treatment and prevention of blood clots lodged in the veins of the leg (deep vein thrombosis) treatment and prevention of blood clots that have travelled to the lungs (pulmonary embolism).some people have an increased tendency for blood clots to form within the blood vessels. the clotting process is complicated and begins when blood cells called platelets clump together at the site of damage and produce chemicals that activate clotting factors in the blood. clotting factors are proteins that are produced by the liver. blood clots normally only form to stop bleeding that has occurred as a result of injury to the tissues. acenocoumarol is used to reduce the risk of blood clots forming inside the blood vessels in conditions such as these. for this reason, when treating blood clots such as deep vein thrombosis (dvt) or pulmonary embolism, a faster acting injectable anticoagulant, such as a heparin, is often used as well to begin with. these clots can break off and travel to the lungs (pulmonary embolism)
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this time is expressed as the international normalised ratio (inr). without these clotting factors fibrinogen cannot be converted into fibrin and blood clots are therefore less likely to occur.acenocoumarol takes about three days to produce its full anticoagulant effect because, while it prevents the production of new clotting factors, it takes about this long for clotting factors that have already been produced to be used up.the anticoagulant effect of acenocoumarol is measured in terms of the prothombin time, which is the time taken for blood clotting to occur in a sample of blood to which calcium and a substance known as thromboplastin have been added. clotting factors are proteins that are produced by the liver. sometimes, however, a blood clot can form abnormally within the blood vessels.what is it used for?treating and preventing blood clots in the blood vessels, for example in the following cases:preventing abnormal blood clots in conditions with increased risk, eg rheumatic heart disease, atrial fibrillation and after insertion of artificial (prosthetic) heart valves treatment and prevention of blood clots lodged in the veins of the leg (deep vein thrombosis) treatment and prevention of blood clots that have travelled to the lungs (pulmonary embolism). this is usually due to a disturbance in the blood flow within the blood vessels. this is the body's natural way of repairing itself. these clots can break off and travel to the lungs (pulmonary embolism). this is known as a thromboembolism. fibrin binds the platelets together, forming a blood clot. for this reason, when treating blood clots such as deep vein thrombosis (dvt) or pulmonary embolism, a faster acting injectable anticoagulant, such as a heparin, is often used as well to begin with. slow blood flow in the leg and pelvic veins can also result in clots forming (deep vein thrombosis). vitamin k is essential for their production. the clotting process is complicated and begins when blood cells called platelets clump together at the site of damage and produce chemicals that activate clotting factors in the blood.some people have an increased tendency for blood clots to form within the blood vessels. for example, fatty deposits on the walls of the blood vessels (atherosclerosis) can disrupt the blood flow, giving a tendency for platelets to clump together and start off the clotting process. heart valve disease can have the same effect, particularly if artificial heart valves have been fitted. acenocoumarol works by preventing the vitamin k dependent production of the clotting factors described above. it is used to stop blood clots forming within the blood vessels. a type of fast irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation can also disrupt blood flow and may lead to blood clots forming in the heart. blood clots normally only form to stop bleeding that has occurred as a result of injury to the tissues. acenocoumarol prevents the production of these clotting factors by inhibiting the action of vitamin k. acenocoumarol is used to reduce the risk of blood clots forming inside the blood vessels in conditions such as these. your doctor will take regular blood samples and adjust your dose of acenocoumarol as necessary to make your inr fall into the range that has been shown to be effective at preventing blood clots in your particular condition. the clot may eventually get lodged in a blood vessel, thereby blocking the blood supply to a vital organ such as the heart, brain or lungs. clots in the heart can detach and travel to the brain, causing a stroke. the activated clotting factors cause a protein called fibrinogen to be converted into another called fibrin. this is known as a thrombus and can be dangerous because the clot may detach and travel in the bloodstream, where it becomes known as an embolus.nicoumalone tablets contain the active ingredient acenocoumarol (previously known as nicoumalone in the uk), which is a type of medicine called an oral anticoagulant
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acenocoumarol takes about three days to produce its full anticoagulant effect because, while it prevents the production of new clotting factors, it takes about this long for clotting factors that have already been produced to be used up. without these clotting factors fibrinogen cannot be converted into fibrin and blood clots are therefore less likely to occur.the anticoagulant effect of acenocoumarol is measured in terms of the prothombin time, which is the time taken for blood clotting to occur in a sample of blood to which calcium and a substance known as thromboplastin have been added. for this reason, when treating blood clots such as deep vein thrombosis (dvt) or pulmonary embolism, a faster acting injectable anticoagulant, such as a heparin, is often used as well to begin with. clotting factors are proteins that are produced by the liver. blood clots normally only form to stop bleeding that has occurred as a result of injury to the tissues. it is used to stop blood clots forming within the blood vessels. acenocoumarol prevents the production of these clotting factors by inhibiting the action of vitamin k. clots in the heart can detach and travel to the brain, causing a stroke. fibrin binds the platelets together, forming a blood clot. acenocoumarol is used to reduce the risk of blood clots forming inside the blood vessels in conditions such as these. vitamin k is essential for their production. the activated clotting factors cause a protein called fibrinogen to be converted into another called fibrin. this is known as a thrombus and can be dangerous because the clot may detach and travel in the bloodstream, where it becomes known as an embolus. heart valve disease can have the same effect, particularly if artificial heart valves have been fitted. this is known as a thromboembolism. these clots can break off and travel to the lungs (pulmonary embolism). a type of fast irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation can also disrupt blood flow and may lead to blood clots forming in the heart. acenocoumarol works by preventing the vitamin k dependent production of the clotting factors described above. your doctor will take regular blood samples and adjust your dose of acenocoumarol as necessary to make your inr fall into the range that has been shown to be effective at preventing blood clots in your particular condition. this time is expressed as the international normalised ratio (inr). this is usually due to a disturbance in the blood flow within the blood vessels.some people have an increased tendency for blood clots to form within the blood vessels. for example, fatty deposits on the walls of the blood vessels (atherosclerosis) can disrupt the blood flow, giving a tendency for platelets to clump together and start off the clotting process. the clotting process is complicated and begins when blood cells called platelets clump together at the site of damage and produce chemicals that activate clotting factors in the blood. this is the body's natural way of repairing itself.what is it used for?treating and preventing blood clots in the blood vessels, for example in the following cases:preventing abnormal blood clots in conditions with increased risk, eg rheumatic heart disease, atrial fibrillation and after insertion of artificial (prosthetic) heart valves treatment and prevention of blood clots lodged in the veins of the leg (deep vein thrombosis) treatment and prevention of blood clots that have travelled to the lungs (pulmonary embolism). sometimes, however, a blood clot can form abnormally within the blood vessels. the clot may eventually get lodged in a blood vessel, thereby blocking the blood supply to a vital organ such as the heart, brain or lungs. slow blood flow in the leg and pelvic veins can also result in clots forming (deep vein thrombosis).nicoumalone tablets contain the active ingredient acenocoumarol (previously known as nicoumalone in the uk), which is a type of medicine called an oral anticoagulant
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