thromboelastograph

throm·bo·e·las·to·graph

(throm'bō-ē-las'tō-graf),
Apparatus for registering elastic variations of a thrombus during the process of coagulation.
[thromb- + G. elastreō, to push, + graphō, to write]

throm·bo·e·las·to·graph

(throm'bō-ĕ-las'tō-graf)
An apparatus for registering elastic variations of a thrombus during coagulation.
[thromb- + G. elastreō, to push, + graphō, to write]
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the subject of the public contract is the delivery of thromboelastograph for the gynecological and obstetric clinic of the general university hospital in prague; For more details, See the specifications.
The original thromboelastograph methodology was not sensitive to platelet-inhibiting drugs owing to the high level of platelet activation by thrombin generated in the assay.
Hemostatic function in healthy pregnant and pre-eclamptic women: an assessment using the platelet function analyzer (PFA-100) and thromboelastograph. Anesth Analg 2007;104(2):416-20.
The first aliquot was processed to assess fat, protein (Nx 6.38), lactose, urea and pH [11]; the second aliquot was processed to assess the milk coagulating parameters: rennet clotting time (r), curd firming time ([K.sub.20]), curd firmness ([A.sub.30]), estimated by means of the thromboelastograph Formagraph as previously re ported [12] at 35[degrees]C using a liquid rennet (1:15,000 rennet unit), 90% chymosin diluted 1:100 and added to whole milk as 200 [micro]L/100 mL.
Effect of propofol anesthesia on blood coagulation and fibrinolysis: an assessment using thromboelastograph at clipping of cerebral aneurysms.
Perioperative Use of the Thromboelastograph in Patients with Inherited Bleeding Disorders.
Thromboelastography was performed with a computerized thromboelastograph (TEG 5000 Hemostasis Analyzer, Haemoscope Corporation, Niles, IL, USA) 60 minutes after the sampling.
Thromboelastograph (TEG) instruments were installed in the operating suites to reduce inappropriate blood component utilization for cardiac surgeries and trauma patients.
If available, the use of the thromboelastograph may be highly useful.20 Most importantly, vigilance and timely team work is of extreme importance in saving trauma patients.
The state of the blood coagulation was evaluated by the time of blood coagulation by I.Lee and P.O.White with use of thromboelastograph (Baluda, 1980; Baluda, 1970).