Quantification of Both Platelet Count and Fibrinogen Concentration Using Maximal Clot Firmness of Thromboelastometry During Liver Transplantation.
Factors that may improve outcomes of early traumatic brain injury care: prospective multicenter study in Austria
Platelet count, prior myocardial infarction, type 2 diabetes and body mass index were inde- pendent determinants of increased platelet aggregation, indicating that these characteris- tics may be key factors in reduced antiplatele
Surgical tracheostomy in septic and nonseptic patients can be performed without bleeding complications in case of normal thromboelastometry results (EXTEM CT) despite increased PT-INR. This method can help physicians to reduce unnecessary administration
Protocol guided bleeding management improves cardiac surgery patient outcomes - Results from The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane
Comparison of standard fibrinogen measurement methods with fibrin clot firmness assessed by thromboelastometry in patients with cirrhosis
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
Damage control resuscitation using blood component therapy in standard doses has a limited effect on coagulopathy during trauma hemorrhage.
We recommend wider usage of the Multiplate ® test in bleeding algorithms to risk stratify patients and guide transfusion protocols.