Studies of whole blood coagulation by oscillatory shear, thromboelastography and free oscillation rheometry.

@article{Evans2008StudiesOW,
  title={Studies of whole blood coagulation by oscillatory shear, thromboelastography and free oscillation rheometry.},
  author={P Adrian Evans and Kevin Hawkins and M Lawrence and Matthew S. Barrow and P Rhodri Williams and Robert L. Williams},
  journal={Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation},
  year={2008},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={267-77}
}
We report studies of the coagulation of samples of whole human blood by oscillatory shear techniques, including Fourier Transform Mechanical Spectroscopy (FTMS). These techniques are used herein to identify the Gel Point of coagulating blood in terms of the Chambon-Winter Gel Point criterion which provides a rheometrical basis for detecting the establishment of an incipient clot. A comparison of the results of FTMS with those obtained from measurements involving a Thromboelastograph (TEG) and a… CONTINUE READING

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