thrombotest

thrombotest

A test of the coagulability of the blood used to monitor treatment with anticoagulant drugs. It is a modified prothrombin time test that measures Factor IX and other factors dependent on vitamin K.
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(18) APTT, PT, Fbg, thrombotest, ATIII, [alpha]2PI, Plg, TAT, PAP, TM, PAI-1/tPA complex, protein C and protein S Kilercik et al.
Thus, in the first group pre- and post-therapy thrombotest degree was 5.27 [+ or -] 0.1 degree and 5.18 [+ or -] 0.1 degree, respectively (normal range IV-VI degree).
The coagulation parameters (prothrombin time, PT; activated partial thromboplastin time, APTT; fibrinogen, Fbg; and thrombotest (Owren), TTO) were measured with an automated blood coagulation analyzer (CA-50; Sysmex Co., Hyogo, Japan) according to the manufacturer's protocol.
All patients had retained, and provided for data collection, a complete record of their warfarin dosage over time, and degree of anticoagulation, measured before 1984 as the Thrombotest [4] and after 1984 as the International Normalised Ratio [5].
Ten years of experience with standardization of thrombotest, according to the WHO model for ISI determination.
Two money-spinners were developed in rapid succession: these were Thrombotest, a reagent and diagnostic technique for anticoagulants; and Isopaque, an X-ray contrast agent.
INR values of the pooled plasmas were determined with the Thrombotest reagent after heparinase treatment [151.