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This lesson contains learning objectives, an informational reading, a video demonstration and a narrative that can help students learn about Hemostasis.

Learning Targets: 
Describe the blood-clotting process.
Understand how hemostasis is involved in both open cuts and in bruising.
Name and describe some conditions that can result from improper blood clotting.
Identify hemophilia as a genetic disorder that can cause improper clotting.
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