Yochem, Donald E.; Roach, Darrell E.
February 1971
Angiology;Feb1971, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p70
Academic Journal
Reports on the use of an improved Chandler method to determine the effect of aspirin on thrombus formation time (TFT) and prothrombin time (PT). Features of the improved method; Difference between a white platelet-head thrombus produced by a dynamic clotting method that stimulates blood flow and a clot produced by static clotting methods; Inhibitory effect of aspirin on platelet aggregation, in vitro thrombosis.


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