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Blood coagulation after a fat meal


, : Blood coagulation after a fat meal. Circulation 14(5): 854-858

The influence of meals on the coagulability of blood was studied in experiments on 20 men with parallel non-fed controls. The whole blood clotting time in siliconized tubes was not altered by a low-fat meal or by continued absence of a meal but it was significantly shortened after a meal containing 100 g of butterfat. The degree of lipemia did not determine the degree of shortening. There was no important effect on prothrombin time of the fatty meal as contrasted with the non-fatty meal or with no meal. Heparin tolerance results were difficult to interpret.

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PMID: 13374860

DOI: 10.1161/01.CIR.14.5.854


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