Select all the options below which are false of hemostasis. | aspirin is an effective "blood thinner" (anticoagulant) because it prevents the formation and release of ADP by platelet plugs | after damage to a vessel, the immediate reaction is vasodilation to bring more white blood cells in and prevent infection factor X is the converging point of both the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways of the clotting cascade when platelets begin to aggregate, a negative feedback loop begins to cause more platelets to aggregate

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Select all the options below which are false of hemostasis.
| aspirin is an effective "blood thinner" (anticoagulant) because it prevents
the formation and release of ADP by platelet plugs
| after damage to a vessel, the immediate reaction is vasodilation to bring
more white blood cells in and prevent infection
factor X is the converging point of both the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways
of the clotting cascade
when platelets begin to aggregate, a negative feedback loop begins to
cause more platelets to aggregate
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Select all the options below which are false of hemostasis. | aspirin is an effective "blood thinner" (anticoagulant) because it prevents the formation and release of ADP by platelet plugs | after damage to a vessel, the immediate reaction is vasodilation to bring more white blood cells in and prevent infection factor X is the converging point of both the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways of the clotting cascade when platelets begin to aggregate, a negative feedback loop begins to cause more platelets to aggregate

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