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Table 3 Multiplate values

From: Comparison of dextran and albumin on blood coagulation in patients undergoing major gynaecological surgery

Dextran Multiplate Pre surgery n = 7 500 colloid n = 7 1000 colloids n = 5 Post surgery n = 7 Day 1 n = 6
ADP (AUC)
 (Average) 89.1 76.6 95.8 81.9 77.2
 (Median) 86 87 96 84 75
 (Min-Max) (42–128) (44–110) (70–118) (44–108) (38–106)
COL (AUC)
 (Average) 81.7 77 99.2 85.1 82.2
 (Median) 84 62 95 82 74
 (Min-Max) (41–130) (40–118) (82–121) (38–123) (60–121)
TRAP (AUC)
 (Average) 118.7 125.4 138 128.4 107.8
 (Median) 117 124 131 130 108.5
 (Min-Max) (67–157) (78–170) (106–168) (87–171) (80–134)
Albumin Multiplate Pre surgery n = 7 500 colloid n = 6 1000 colloids n = 2 Post surgery n = 7 Day 1 n = 6
ADP (AUC)
 (Average) 88.3 93 52.5 84.7 72.2
 (Median) 89 83.5 52.5 86 82
 (Min-Max) (63–116) (67–124) (22–83) (36–124) (32–99)
COL (AUC)
 (Average) 83.7 97.7 63 86.9 77
 (Median) 78 82 63 88 85
 (Min-Max) (69–103) (60–149) (38–88) (43–149) (38–107)
TRAP (AUC)
 (Average) 132.4 124.7 84.5 123.6 102.2
 (Median) 137 120.5 84.5 126 88
 (Min-Max) (113–162) (85–176) (56–113) (76–176) 66–143)
  1. There were no significant intragroup changes (p > 0.05)
  2. ADP adenosin phophate, COL collagen, TRAP thrombin receptor activating peptide for dextran and albumin at the different time points