Why does blood coagulation occur in damaged vessels?

1) with damage to blood vessels, platelets are destroyed, from which enzymes are secreted;
2) these enzymes are combined with plasma enzymes, with calcium salts and contribute to the conversion of soluble fibrinogen protein into insoluble fibrin;
3) fibrin filaments form the basis of the resulting blood clot and blood cells clog the vessel.

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