Современные методы оценки функции тромбоцитов и их клиническое значение у больных с острым коронарным синдромом

Авторы: И. И. Воробьева *

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Кафедра кардиологии ФПДО Московского государственного медико-стоматологического университета

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Раздел: Диагностические технологии в кардиологии

Библиографическая ссылка: Креативная кардиология. 2012; (): -

Цитировать как: И. И. Воробьева *. Современные методы оценки функции тромбоцитов и их клиническое значение у больных с острым коронарным синдромом. Креативная кардиология. 2012; (): -. DOI:

Ключевые слова: антиагрегантная терапия, функция тромбоцитов, острый коронарный синдром, агрегометрия, аспирин, клопидогрел

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Аннотация

Антиагрегантная терапия является ключевым моментом в лечении острого коронарного синдрома. Несмотря на доказанную клиническую эффективность двойной антиагрегантной терапии аспирином и клопидогрелом, все больший интерес представляет определение индивидуальной чувствительности к антиагрегантам. Резистентность к действию аспирина и клопидогрела ассоциирована с высоким риском развития сердечно-сосудистых событий у больных, страдающих ишемической болезнью сердца. В настоящее время существует большое количество различных лабораторных методов определения функции тромбоцитов и, соответственно, чувствительности к действию антиагрегантных препаратов. В настоящей статье представлены основные методы определения агрегации тромбоцитов с их преимуществами, недостатками и клиническим применением.

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