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Disease patterns

Blood clotting (hemostasis)

Practice for coagulation physiology and transfusion medicine

Complex laboratory examination of blood coagulation disorders:

  • Examination
  • Counseling
  • Therapy
  • Prophylaxis

On our premises you will find the practice for coagulation physiology and transfusion medicine of Prof. Dr. Dr. Giers, where disorders and diseases of blood coagulation are examined and treated. Please note that appointments can only be made by telephone on the number given here.

Separate telephone number
0611 / 447 685 85

Why coagulation diagnostics?

With his practice for coagulation diagnostics, Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. Günther Giers offers you a point of contact for clarification and advice in the event of a tendency to thrombosis or bleeding.

Blood coagulation (haemostasis) is a complex system and diseases such as thrombosis usually require blood tests in a laboratory and ideally the experience of a blood coagulation specialist, a so-called haemostaseologist.

Many blood clotting disorders are congenital, but can also occur as part of other illnesses. A thorough medical history (anamnesis) of both the patient and the family is important for the selection of the correct laboratory parameters.

Prof. Dr. Giers is a specialist in transfusion medicine, coagulation physiology and immunohaematology. He studied biology and medicine. he received his doctorate in medicine in 1986, followed by a doctorate in natural sciences in 1987. he became a professor in 2011. For many years, he was senior consultant and deputy director at the Institute of Haemostaseology and Transfusion Medicine at the University of Düsseldorf. He has had his practice for coagulation physiology and transfusion medicine at the Phlebicum since 2018.

Examinations are possible for

  • Tendency to thrombosis (thombophilia)
  • Bleeding tendency (haemophilia)
  • Clarification of coagulation in the event of thromboembolic events
  • Assessment of the risk of thrombosis during pregnancy
  • Congenital or acquired blood coagulation disorders
  • congenital and acquired coagulation disorders

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