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Long Form:   rapid thrombelastography
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2021 Inhalation Injury Is Associated With Endotheliopathy and Abnormal Fibrinolytic Phenotypes in Burn Patients: A Cohort Study. IHI, SDC1
2021 Injury Severity, Arrival Physiology, Coagulopathy, and Outcomes Among the Youngest Trauma Patients. ---
2020 Do not drink and lyse: alcohol intoxication increases fibrinolysis shutdown in injured patients. BAL, LY30
2020 Hemostatic potential of cold-stored non-leukoreduced whole blood over time: An assessment of platelet function and thrombin generation for optimal shelf life. CAT, TEG, WB
2019 Assessment of preoperative hypercoagulability in patients with pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) using rapid thromboelastography (r-TEG). PDAC, VTE
2019 Comparison of native and citrated whole blood samples for rapid thromboelastography in Beagles. MA, TEG, WB
2018 A Pilot Study of Viscoelastic Monitoring in Pediatric Trauma: Outcomes and Lessons Learned. CCT, ICU, NA
2018 Abnormalities of laboratory coagulation tests versus clinically evident coagulopathic bleeding: results from the prehospital resuscitation on helicopters study (PROHS). CC, INR, LC, PROHS
2018 Overresuscitation with plasma is associated with sustained fibrinolysis shutdown and death in pediatric traumatic brain injury. INR, SD, TBI
10  2018 Redefining postinjury fibrinolysis phenotypes using two viscoelastic assays. ---
11  2017 Admission Rapid Thrombelastography (rTEG) Values Predict Resuscitation Volumes and Patient Outcomes After Thermal Injury. ---
12  2017 Coagulopathy as a predictor of mortality after penetrating traumatic brain injury. b-TBI, ED, pTBI, TBI
13  2017 The Correlation of Indices in r-TEG with Intra-operative Blood Loss in Neurosurgical Patients. CCTs, EBV
14  2016 Pre-hospital transfusion of plasma in hemorrhaging trauma patients independently improves hemostatic competence and acidosis. GCS
15  2016 Sympathoadrenal activation and endotheliopathy are drivers of hypocoagulability and hyperfibrinolysis in trauma: A prospective observational study of 404 severely injured patients. ISS
16  2016 The effect of stationary versus rocked storage of whole blood on red blood cell damage and platelet function. MFI, PLTs, WB
17  2016 Upon admission coagulation and platelet function in patients with thermal and electrical injuries. CAT
18  2015 Predicting progressive hemorrhagic injury from isolated traumatic brain injury and coagulation. IPC, IQR, OR, PHI, TBI
19  2015 Splenectomy is associated with hypercoagulable thrombelastography values and increased risk of thromboembolism. TE
20  2015 The "Death Diamond": Rapid thrombelastography identifies lethal hyperfibrinolysis. HF, NISS
21  2014 A predictive model of early mortality in trauma patients. ---
22  2014 Activated clotting time of thrombelastography (T-ACT) predicts early postinjury blood component transfusion beyond plasma. CRYO, PLTs, T-ACT
23  2014 Clinical applicability of rapid thrombelastography and functional fibrinogen thrombelastography to adult liver transplantation. FF-TEG, k-TEG, LT, MA
24  2014 Early diagnosis of clinically significant hyperfibrinolysis using thrombelastography velocity curves. MRL, OR, TL
25  2014 Evidence-based use of FFP: the influence of a priming strategy without FFP during CPB on postoperative coagulation and recovery in pediatric patients. CPB, FFP
26  2014 Hypercoagulability after injury in premenopausal females: a prospective, multicenter study. ---
27  2014 The influence of cardiopulmonary bypass priming without FFP on postoperative coagulation and recovery in pediatric patients with cyanotic congenital heart disease. CCHD, CPB, FFP, FLEV, MA
28  2014 The role of rapid thromboelastography in trauma. ---
29  2014 Traumatic brain injury is not associated with coagulopathy out of proportion to injury in other body regions. AIS, BD, CCTs, ISS
30  2013 Admission rapid thrombelastography delivers real-time "actionable" data in pediatric trauma. CCT, ISS, LSI, MA
31  2012 Admission rapid thrombelastography can replace conventional coagulation tests in the emergency department: experience with 1974 consecutive trauma patients. ACT, APTT, CCTs, INR, MA, PT, RBC
32  2012 Admission rapid thrombelastography predicts development of pulmonary embolism in trauma patients. ISS, ma, PE
33  2012 Hyperfibrinolysis at admission is an uncommon but highly lethal event associated with shock and prehospital fluid administration. HF
34  2011 Initial experiences with point-of-care rapid thrombelastography for management of life-threatening postinjury coagulopathy. CRYO, FFP, INR, MRTG, POC, Pre-TEG, RBCs, TEG, TG
35  2011 Rapid thrombelastography delivers real-time results that predict transfusion within 1 hour of admission. ACT, CCT, CI
36  2011 Viscoelastic clot strength predicts coagulation-related mortality within 15 minutes. BD, ISS, MT, PTT, SBP
37  2010 Primary fibrinolysis is integral in the pathogenesis of the acute coagulopathy of trauma. min, MOD, PF
38  2009 Noncitrated whole blood is optimal for evaluation of postinjury coagulopathy with point-of-care rapid thrombelastography. MA, POC, TEG
39  2009 Rapid thrombelastography (r-TEG) identifies hypercoagulability and predicts thromboembolic events in surgical patients. CI, ICU, ISS, LR, POC, TEs