A new tool uses “vortex ultrasound”—a sort of ultrasonic tornado—to break down blood clots in the brain more quickly than existing methods.
Cats who suffered burns and smoke inhalation in urban California wildfires are at risk of forming deadly blood clots, research finds.
A new test predicts sepsis before blood clots cause permanent organ damage, markedly increasing survival.
Exercise has a multitude of benefits for people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, including a reduced risk of developing blood clots.
A medical test uses smartphone vibrations and a single drop of blood to detect how well blood will clot. “Almost everyone who has a phone can use this.”