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Table 1 Changes in platelet function measured with TEG® 6s during operation

From: Utility of thromboelastogram in cardiac surgery in Jacobsen syndrome associated with platelet dysfunction: a case report

Parameters Measure point Range
TEG 1 TEG 2 TEG 3 TEG 4
HKH-R (min) 30.4 15 10.8 15 4.2–9.8
HKH-K (s) 9.5 2.6 2.2 2.3 1.0–2.9
HKH-angle (degree) 42.9 60.5 65.5 65.3 57–75
HKH-MA (mm) 53.1 64.5 57.1 57 53–68
ActF-MA (mm) 6.1 9.6 2.3 3.4 2–19
ΔMA (mm) 47 54.9 54.8 53.6  
ADP-MA (mm) 54.4 56.3 31.3 44.6 45–69
ADP inhibition (%) 0 14.9 47.1 23.1 0–17
PLT (× 103/μL) 168 112 133 215 -
Hb (g/dL) 8.1 8.2 10.2 10.2 -
  1. TEG1, TEG2, TEG3, and TEG4 represent preoperative, pre-cardiopulmonary, post-cardiopulmonary, and postoperative measurements, respectively. Abbreviations: TEG Thromboelastography, HKH Heparinized kaolin with heparinase, R Reaction time, K Coagulation time, angle α angle, ActF Activator F, MA Maximum amplitude, ADP Adenosine diphosphate, PLT Platelet, Hb Hemoglobin