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Research Article

Preventative Effects of Caffeic Acid Phenyl Ester on Cadmium Intoxication Induced Hematological and Blood Coagulation Disturbances and Hepatorenal Damage in Rats

Table 1

Hematological and blood coagulation findings.

ParameterUnitsControl group
( )
Cd group
( )
Cd + CAPE group
( )

WBC103/ L
RBC 106/ L 5.93 ± 0.83* 8.10 ± 0.16#
HGB g/L 115.46 ± 6.03* 151.67 ± 3.51#
HCT % 41.83 ± 1.00* 46.13 ± 1.01#
MCV fL 52.87 ± 4.48* 60.20 ± 1.54#
MCH pg 16.70 ± 1.11* 20.40 ± 1.20#
MCHC g/L 300.26 ± 27.77* 337.67 ± 38.50#
PLT103/ L 775.32 ± 59.61* 933.36 ± 70.76#
PTSecond1 43.14 ± 4.33* 17.76 ± 2.33#
APTTSecond 77.52 ± 13.43* 29.36 ± 5.21#
FIBmg/dL 93.37 ± 9.37* 226.68 ± 42.23#

The values are presented as means ± SD. (Cd) cadmium, (CAPE) caffeic acid phenyl ester, (WBC) white blood cell, (RBC) red blood cell, (HGB) hemoglobin, (HCT) hematocrit, (MCV) mean corpuscular volume, (MCH) mean corpuscular hemoglobin, (MCHC) mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration, (PLT) platelet, (PT) prothrombin time, (APTT) activated partial thromboplastin time, and (FIB) fibrinogen. * versus control group; # versus Cd group.

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