Standardized methods to quantify thrombogenicity of blood-contacting materials via thromboelastography.

@article{Shankarraman2012StandardizedMT,
  title={Standardized methods to quantify thrombogenicity of blood-contacting materials via thromboelastography.},
  author={Venkat Shankarraman and Grace F Davis-Gorman and Jack G. Copeland and Michael R. Caplan and P 4 Mariojouls C 9 Muir J F 1 Prothero McDonagh},
  journal={Journal of biomedical materials research. Part B, Applied biomaterials},
  year={2012},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={230-8}
}
Blood coagulation is the most significant complication of vascular biomaterials. A straightforward, sensitive, and standard measure of the compatibility of these materials with whole blood (hemocompatibility) is necessary to avoid coagulation. Current techniques used quantify only individual clotting components and are poor predictors of coagulation. The thromboelastograph (TEG) provides a measure of overall clot formation from whole blood. Although TEG is very common in clinical settings, its… CONTINUE READING

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