thromboelastogram


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throm·bo·e·las·to·gram

(throm'bō-ē-las'tō-gram),
Registration of the coagulation process by a Thromboelastograph.

throm·bo·e·las·to·gram

(throm'bō-ĕ-las'tō-gram)
Registration of the coagulation process by a thromboelastograph.

thromboelastogram

(thrŏm″bō-ē-lăs′tō-grăm),

TEG

A device used to determine the presence of intravascular fibrinolysis and to monitor the effect of antifibrinolytic therapy on the formation and dissolution of clots.
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After a bolus of 1750 U (60 U/kg) of factor VIII, and a continuous infusion of 400U/hr, the surgical procedure was begun with normal ABGs and thromboelastogram (TEG) (Figure 1).
Thromboelastogram monitoring in the perioperative period of hepatectomy for adult living liver donation.
Three units of packed red cells (PRC), one litre of cell save blood, four units of fresh frozen plasma (FFP) and 18 units (or three adult therapeutic units) of platelets were given and despite a normal thromboelastogram (TEG) and fibrinogen level, the bleeding continued.
The analysis of the thromboelastograms defined general tendency of coagulation (R), functional activity of platelets and fibrinogen (MA, Angle), activity of fibrinolysis clot lysis time (CLT), and the physicomechanical properties of the formed clots (G).