By Craig S. Kitchens, MD, MACP, Barbara M. Alving, MD, MACP, and Craig M. Kessler, MD, MACP (Auth.)
Successfully and successfully diagnose and deal with trendy complete diversity of clotting and bleeding problems utilizing scientific case experiences that show real-world difficulties and ideas! for every tested, you are going to evaluate concise descriptions of its linked signs, besides laboratory findings, analysis, differential analysis, and remedy - the entire scientific counsel you wish - at your fingertips. it is the excellent real-life reference device for busy physicians!
- A reader-friendly layout, coupled with approximately 385 illustrations and at-a-glance tables - many new to this variation - equip you to quick find the tips you need.
- Abundant laboratory protocols enable you opt for and interpret lab assessments extra easily.
- A whole part on women's future health concerns is helping you remain present during this evolving sector.
- A new bankruptcy at the effect of natural drugs examines their impression on hemostasis and their interplay with different drugs.
- New assurance of hemostatic concerns in traumatology, sepsis, interventional radiology, pulmonology, and cardiology lets you grasp the newest advances.
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23 A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO THE BLEEDING PATIENT 2 GENERAL INFORMATION reagents required to activate the coagulation process in vitro. This testing artefact may be circumvented by reducing the volume of citrate in the collecting tube by one half so that the whole blood/citrate ratio is approximately 19:1 (instead of 9:1). Another very common mistake in blood collection for coagulation testing occurs when whole blood is withdrawn from heparinized indwelling venous access devices and arterial catheters or from extremities in which intravenous fluids are actively running.
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Consultative Hemostasis and Thrombosis by Craig S. Kitchens, MD, MACP, Barbara M. Alving, MD, MACP, and Craig M. Kessler, MD, MACP (Auth.)