Fibrinolysis

Definition of Fibrinolysis:

A normal ongoing process within the body that dissolves fibrin and results in the removal of small blood clots.

Topics Related to Fibrinolysis

Alcohol Consumption

...as a treatment
“...explain the apparent benefits of alcohol consumption? ... Alcohol decreases risk of thrombosis (blood clotting) by reducing platelet aggregation and fibrinogen (a blood clotter), and increasing fibrinolysis (the process by which clots dissolve);...”

Phlebitis / Thrombophlebitis

...recommendation Therapeutic Fasting
“Increased fibrinolysis during fasting may account for the dramatic improvement seen when patients suffering from thrombophlebitis fast...”
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Stroke

...recommendation Gugulipids
“Reduces platelet aggregation and promotes fibrinolysis (clot breakdown)...”

Ultraviolet Light Therapy

...as a treatment
“...UVB therapy is used to ... stimulate break down blood clots (fibrinolysis)...”
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