Longitudinal changes in hemostatic parameters and reduced pulsatility contribute to non-surgical bleeding in patients with centrifugal continuous-flow left ventricular assist devices.



Muthiah, Kavitha and Connor, David and Ly, Ken and Gardiner, Elizabeth E and Andrews, Robert K and Qiao, Jianlin and Rutgers, Darren and Robson, Desiree and Low, Joyce and Jarvis, Susan and Macdonald, Peter S and Dhital, Kumud and Jansz, Paul and Joseph, Joanne and Hayward, Christopher S (2016) Longitudinal changes in hemostatic parameters and reduced pulsatility contribute to non-surgical bleeding in patients with centrifugal continuous-flow left ventricular assist devices. The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 35 (6). pp.743-751. ISSN 1557-3117 (OA)

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