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Ross Davenport, Trauma Surgery Research Fellow at the Royal London Hospital, discusses the potential modalities available for the diagnosis of Acute Traumatic Coagulopathy (ATC) on arrival in the trauma centre. The talk covers the potential role of point-of-care diagnostic devices such as thromboelastometry for early diagnosis in these patients.
This talk was given at the Trauma Coagulopathy & Massive Transfusion - State of the Art Symposium held in conjunction with the London Trauma Conference in 2008. The meeting was co-hosted by Trauma.org and sponsored in part by a research grant from the National Institute of Health Research.
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Pentapharm GMbH, makers of ROTEM analysis systems.