Tissue factor activated thromboelastography correlates to clinical signs of bleeding in dogs.


The ability of a laboratory assay to correlate to clinical phenotype is crucial for the accurate diagnosis and monitoring of haemostasis and is therefore challenging with currently used routine haemostasis assays. Thromboelastography (TEG) is increasingly used to evaluate haemostasis in humans and may well be of value in the workup of dogs suspected of… (More)