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Coagulation Profile

Coagulation Profile

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The coagulation profile, also known as a clotting profile, is a set of laboratory tests that evaluates the body's ability to form blood clots. It includes several tests that measure various aspects of the clotting process, including:

Prothrombin Time (PT): measures the time it takes for the blood to clot after the addition of specific substances that activate clotting factors.

International Normalized Ratio (INR): a calculation based on the PT that is used to monitor patients who are taking anticoagulant medications, such as warfarin.

Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT): measures the time it takes for the blood to clot after the addition of substances that activate the intrinsic clotting pathway.

Fibrinogen level: measures the amount of fibrinogen, a protein necessary for blood clotting, in the blood.

Platelet count: measures the number of platelets, which are small blood cells involved in the clotting process, in the blood.

D-dimer: measures the amount of a substance called D-dimer in the blood, which is produced when a blood clot dissolves.

Why is the coagulation profile done?

The coagulation profile is done to evaluate the body's ability to form blood clots. It is used for several reasons, including:

  • To diagnose bleeding disorders: The coagulation profile can help identify conditions that prevent blood from clotting properly, such as hemophilia or von Willebrand disease.
  • To diagnose clotting disorders: The coagulation profile can also help identify conditions that cause excessive blood clottings, such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism (PE).
  • To monitor anticoagulant therapy: Patients taking medications such as warfarin, heparin, or direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) require monitoring of their coagulation profile to ensure that their blood is not too thin or too thick.
  • To evaluate liver function: Liver disease can affect the production of clotting factors, and the coagulation profile can help diagnose and monitor liver disease.
  • To evaluate kidney function: kidney disease can affect the breakdown of clotting factors, and the coagulation profile can help diagnose and monitor kidney disease.

Overall, the coagulation profile is a useful tool for diagnosing and monitoring bleeding and clotting disorders, as well as for evaluating liver and kidney function.

Sample Type Required

Blood sample

Cost of Coagulation Profile

The cost of a Coagulation Profile near me in Delhi ranges from INR 700 to INR 2000

Test Type Coagulation Profile

Coagulation Profile (Pathology Test)


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Frequently Asked Questions

To determine whether you have a problem with any of your clotting factors that could lead to excessive or insufficient blood clotting, a coagulation factor test is performed.

Usually, it takes between 25 and 30 seconds. If you use blood thinners, it can take longer. Malabsorption, liver illness, and hemophilia are additional causes of incorrect results. It's also helpful for keeping an eye on people on clotting-inhibiting drugs like warfarin (Coumadin).

The components of a coagulation profile, or coags, include fibrinogen, platelets, APTT, and INR. It looks at the variables most frequently linked to a bleeding issue, making it a screening test for aberrant blood coagulation.

Unless we are on blood thinners, our blood generally clots in 25 to 30 seconds. If the prothrombin time is abnormally short or long, you get the idea—clotting is out of balance. Prothrombin times typically range from 10 to 14 seconds.

Any size clot or clumping indicates a favorable result for both tests. The formation of a clot within four hours is suggestive of a virulent strain of Staphylococcus aureus and is considered a positive result. An avirulent strain is indicated by the lack of coagulation, which is a negative result after 24 hours of incubation.

When the test result shows the different ranges for the PT and the INRs. The normal ranges that are seen for clotting are:

  • 11 to 13.5 seconds.
  • With INR of 0.8 to 1.1.
  • INR of 2.0 to 3.0 is seen as  general therapeutic range for the individuals taking warfarin.

Using a tiny needle, a medical practitioner will draw blood from a vein in your arm. A tiny amount of blood will be collected into a test tube or vial following the insertion of the needle. The needle may sting a little as it enters or exits your body.

The therapeutic INR for people on anticoagulant treatment is 2.0–3.0. INR values over 4.9 are regarded as serious and raise the possibility of bleeding.

You could get yourself tested Coagulation Profile Test at Ganesh Diagnostic and Imaging Center. We would be happy to assist you in getting your sample by trained staff and technicians.

Yes, everybody is eligible for a FREE Home for Coagulation Profile from Ganesh Diagnostic and Imaging Center. Our phlebotomist would collect your sample from the convenience of your home. We also provide online support and would send your reports digitally on your phone through whatsapp as well.

Yes, a free doctor’s consultation is available for all individuals. Either before the test, or after the test, you can avail this facility at our center, online or in person.

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