Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 16th, 2005
"There is much interest in the relationship between coagulation status and complications of pregnancy. The thrombelastograph (TEG) has been proposed as a useful, inexpensive tool to screen for patients with hypercoaguable states," according to F.M. Miall and colleagues, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, U.K.
Miall's group "investigated 588 unselected pregnant women at booking, obtaining blood samples for TEG and thrombophilia...
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