Attenuated platelet aggregation in patients with septic shock: The local team in South Australia show that platelets in whole blood derived from patients suffering from septic shock exhibit
reduced aggregation indicating an increased bleeding risk despite
a normal platelet count. See HERE for the link to the article.
The role of point-of-care assessment of platelet function in predicting postoperative bleeding and transfusion requirements after coronary artery bypass grafting
Consensus recommendations for using the Multiplate® for platelet function monitoring before cardiac surgery
Detection of acute traumatic coagulopathy and massive transfusion requirements by means of rotational thromboelastometry: an international prospective validation study.
Trauma induced coagulopathy: impact of the early coagulation support protocol on blood product consumption, mortality and costs
Hypercoagulability detected by whole blood thromboelastometry (ROTEM®) and impedance aggregometry (MULTIPLATE®) in obese patients