Hemostatic function of apheresis platelets stored at 4°C and 22°C.

@article{Reddoch2014HemostaticFO,
  title={Hemostatic function of apheresis platelets stored at 4°C and 22°C.},
  author={Kristin M. Reddoch and Heather F. Pidcoke and Robbie K. Montgomery and Chriselda G. Fedyk and James Keith Aden and Anand Kumar Ramasubramanian and Andrew P Cap},
  journal={Shock},
  year={2014},
  volume={41 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          54-61
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Platelet refrigeration decreases the risk of bacterial contamination and may preserve function better than standard-of-care room temperature (RT) storage. Benefits could include lower transfusion-related complications, decreased costs, improved hemostasis in acutely bleeding patients, and extended shelf life. In this study, we compared the effects of 22°C and 4°C storage on the functional and activation status of apheresis platelets. METHODS Apheresis platelets (n = 5 per group… CONTINUE READING

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