Independent Association Between Lower Level of Social Support and Higher Coagulation Activity Before and After Acute Psychosocial Stress

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Redwine, Laura S.
Ehlert, Ulrike
von Känel, Roland
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Psychosomatic Medicine. 2009, 71(1), pp. 30-37. ISSN 0033-3174. eISSN 1534-7796. Available under: doi: 10.1097/PSY.0b013e31818f6868
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To investigate the relationship between social support and coagulation parameter reactivity to mental stress in men and to determine if norepinephrine is involved. Lower social support is associated with higher basal coagulation activity and greater norepinephrine stress reactivity, which in turn, is linked with hypercoagulability. However, it is not known if low social support interacts with stress to further increase coagulation reactivity or if norepinephrine affects this association. These findings may be important for determining if low social support influences thrombosis and possible acute coronary events in response to acute stress. We investigated the relationship between social support and coagulation parameter reactivity to mental stress in men and determined if norepinephrine is involved.

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150 Psychologie
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social support, coagulation, clotting factor VII:C, D-dimer, fibrinogen, psychological stress
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ISO 690WIRTZ, Petra H., Laura S. REDWINE, Ulrike EHLERT, Roland VON KÄNEL, 2009. Independent Association Between Lower Level of Social Support and Higher Coagulation Activity Before and After Acute Psychosocial Stress. In: Psychosomatic Medicine. 2009, 71(1), pp. 30-37. ISSN 0033-3174. eISSN 1534-7796. Available under: doi: 10.1097/PSY.0b013e31818f6868
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  volume={71},
  issn={0033-3174},
  journal={Psychosomatic Medicine},
  pages={30--37},
  author={Wirtz, Petra H. and Redwine, Laura S. and Ehlert, Ulrike and von Känel, Roland}
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