coagulometer

coagulometer

(kō-ag″yŭ-lom″ĕt-ĕr) [ coagul(ate) + -meter]
A device that measures the time it takes for a sample of blood to clot. It is often used in point-of-care testing, esp. in monitoring and adjusting warfarin dosages for anticoagulated patients.
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part of the coagulometer rental is the installation of equipment, training of staff.
Rapid measurement of fibrinogen concentration in whole blood using a steel ball coagulometer.
The prothrombin time was studied using a coagulometer (normal: 11-15 s), activated partial thromboplastin time (normal: 25-35 s) and potassium (normal: 3.
Evaluation was done on fully auto coagulometer (Stago STA compact CT coagulation analyzer).
Assay results were shown by the stago autoanalyser coagulometer.
An automated coagulometer ACL 9000 (Instrumentation Laboratory, Milano, Italy) was used to determine the activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), prothrombin time (PT) and fibrinogen (FBG), using the reagents HemosIL ApTT-SP Liquid, RecombiPlasTin 2G and HemosIL Fibrinogen-C XL (Instrumentation Laboratory, Milano, Italy).
The blood is placed on a test strip and inserted into a device called a coagulometer, which analyses the blood and displays the INR result.
Platelet poor plasma was taken for estimation of prothrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time with the help of coagulometer.