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Thrombozytenaggregation im Vollblut

  • R. Knöfler
  • G. Weissbach
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Zusammenfassung

Die Vollblutaggregometrie hat nur langsam Verbreitung gefunden, obwohl geeignete Geräte zur Impedanzmessung seit über 10 Jahren dafür verfügbar sind [4]. Für Untersuchungen an Kindern scheint das Verfahren vorteilhaft, weil weniger Material als bei der Aggregometrie im optischen System mit plättchenreichem Plasma benötigt und Materialverlust durch die Zentrifugation vermieden wird. Hier soll das Verfahren einer kritischen Prüfung unterzogen und eine Optimierung versucht werden.

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  • R. Knöfler
  • G. Weissbach

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