In vitro hypercoagulability on whole blood thromboelastometry associated with in vivo reduction of circulating red cell mass in dogs.

@article{McMichael2014InVH,
  title={In vitro hypercoagulability on whole blood thromboelastometry associated with in vivo reduction of circulating red cell mass in dogs.},
  author={M A McMichael and Stephanie A. M. Smith and A Galligan and Kelly S. Swanson},
  journal={Veterinary clinical pathology},
  year={2014},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={154-63}
}
BACKGROUND Previous studies have reported a strong correlation between indicators of red cell mass (RCM) and thromboelastometry results (TEM) in several species, specifically an association of apparent hypercoagulability with decreased RCM. OBJECTIVES The objectives of the study were to (1) evaluate the effect of decreased circulating RCM on TEM results in dogs, and (2) determine the relative contributions of citrate dilution vs in vivo reduction of RCM to hemostatic potential. MATERIALS… CONTINUE READING
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