Systematic evaluation of evidence on veterinary viscoelastic testing Part 2: Sample acquisition and handling

@inproceedings{Dvm2014SystematicEO,
  title={Systematic evaluation of evidence on veterinary viscoelastic testing Part 2: Sample acquisition and handling},
  author={Ms Dacvim Dacvp Bente Flatland Dvm and Dacvecc Amy M. Koenigshof Dvm and Dacvim Dacvecc Elizabeth A. Rozanski Dvm and Dacvecc Mrcvs Robert Goggs BVSc and Bo Wiinberg Dvm},
  year={2014}
}
Objective To examine systematically the evidence on sample acquisition and handling for the thrombo elastography (TEG) and rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM) viscoelastic point of care instruments and to identify knowledge gaps. Design Six questions were considered, addressing sampling site, collection system, anticoagulant, collection procedure, and sample storage. Standardized, systematic evaluation of the literature was performed. Relevant articles were categorized according… CONTINUE READING

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