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BackgroundThe dilute Russell's viper venom time (dRVVT) has been suggested for the assessment of the intensity of anticoagulation of all direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs). This study aimed to compare the performance of an optimized liquid-stable dRVVT-based DOAC assay (DRVV-DOAC) on clinical samples before and after mixing these with normal pooled plasma (NPP).
langueAnglais
journalThrombosis Research
Les DOIs
étatAccepté/sous presse - 2017

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Prothrombin Time
Anticoagulants

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AU - Larock,Anne-Sophie

AU - Vancraeynest,Christelle

AU - Pochet,Lionel

AU - Dogné,Jean-Michel

AU - Spinewine,Anne

AU - Mullier,François

AU - Douxfils,Jonathan

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