Panutsaya Tientadakul

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The minimal intensity of oral anticoagulant required for antithrombotic protection in patients with a mechanical heart valve is still debatable, and that of the Westerner may not be directly applied(More)
CONTEXT In Thailand until 2005 there had been no external quality assessment scheme at the national level for blood coagulation tests. Only a few laboratories had an external quality assessment for(More)
CONTEXT Heparin contamination in blood samples may cause false prolongation of activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) and prothrombin time results. Polybrene can neutralize heparin, but it(More)
BACKGROUND Hospitals in tropical countries experience conditions that exceed manufacturer temperature and humidity limits for point-of-care (POC) glucose reagents. Our goal was to assess the effects(More)
BACKGROUND External quality assessment (EQA) is an essential component of laboratory quality assurance. In Thailand, there is no EQA program for coagulation tests at the national level. OBJECTIVE(More)