Application of a Assay for Post-operative Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Patients

Jun 22, 2015

| Presentations, Thrombosis

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International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis

2015 Congress - Toronto

Nabil Othman2, Xiufeng Gao, MD2, Henry Walters, MD1,3, Patrick Hines, MD/PhD1,2

Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit MI1, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, USA, Department of Pediatrics, Division of  Critical Care Medicine2, Department of Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery3


The Microfluidic Thrombosis Assay (MTA) can detect differences in platelet function in post-operative infants following CHD repair before and after initiation of prophylactic aspirin Objective: Determine the feasibility of microfluidic flow-based thrombosis testing in post-operative CHD infants to monitor clinical changes in platelet function.

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