Plateletworks: a novel point of care platelet function screen.

  title={Plateletworks: a novel point of care platelet function screen.},
  author={James E Campbell and Piet Ramaloko and David G M Carville},
  journal={Molecular diagnosis & therapy},
  volume={12 4},
Platelet function is critically important in the acute-care settings of cardiopulmonary bypass surgery and percutaneous coronary intervention, which are commonly associated with the adverse vascular events of hemorrhage and thrombosis, respectively. To improve outcomes, it has been suggested that patients should be screened for platelet count and function periprocedurally, and therapeutic intervention including the possible use of thrombolytics and adequate anticoagulation or administration of… CONTINUE READING


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