Influence of some types of medicinal plant materials on the hemostasis system in vitro
AUTHORS : Galiakhmetova1 E.H. | Bashirova1 L.I. | Khasanova1 S.R. | Kudashkina1 N.V. Nizamova1 A.A. | Zhalalova1 N.K. | Gusakova1 V.A. | Enikeeva1 K.I. | Pavlova1 A.A. Shubina1 T.V. | Khismatullina1 A.A. | Muratalieva2 A.D. | Kaparov2 B.M. | Duishenaliev2 N.K. | Nugumanova1 R.I. | Avylzade1 S.R. | Derbala1 A.M.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : 1FGBOU VO BSMU of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Ufa),
2Kyrgyz State Medical Academy named after I.K. Akhunbaeva
(Kyrgyz Republic, Bishkek city)
YEAR : 2021
SUMMARY The article presents studies on the study of antiaggregatory and anticoagulant activity of some types of medicinal plant materials containing various groups of biologically active substances. Experiments to determine the anticoagulant and antiaggregatory activity were carried out in vitro on human donor blood. Determination of anticoagulant activity was carried out by generally recognized
clotting tests. The study of the effect on platelet aggregation was carried out according to the Born method. In the course of the experiment, it was found that all studied samples have a tendency to manifest anticoagulant activity, to one degree or another – antiaggregatory activity, some species are superior in action to the reference drug. The following types of medicinal plant materials have