Causes of Hypercoagulable States
A hypercoagulable state is created when a "cause" increases the viscosity of the blood. The increased viscosity promotes the formation of blood clots throughout the body. Depending on the cause, the anatomical location of the blood clot and its size will determine the effect the blood clot has on the human body. There are many causes of hypercoagulable states and on Wednesday, December 30, 2015, from 8-9am PST Dr. Gude will provide a case presentation on this topic.
International Times for this ONLINE Conference
San Francisco- at 8:00AM PST
New York- at 11:00 AM EST
Port-au-Prince (Haiti)- at 11:00AM
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)- at 12:00pmBRT
London (UK)- at 4:00 PM BST
Lagos (Nigeria)- at 4:00 PM WAT
Nairobi (Kenya)- at 6:00PM EAT
Kampala(Uganda)- at 6:00pm EAT
Kathmandu (Nepal)- at 8:45 PM NPT
Sofia (Bulgaria at 6:00:00 PM EEST UTC+3 hours
Moscow (Russia) at 6:00:00 PM MSK UTC+3 hours1.1.
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