Journal article

Assessing TEG6S reliability between devices and across multiple time points: A prospective thromboelastography validation study

Patryck Lloyd-Donald, Leonid Churilov, Brandon Cheong, Rinaldo Bellomo, Peter R McCall, Johan Martensson, Neil Glassford, Laurence Weinberg

Scientific Reports | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2020


The TEG6S is a novel haemostasis analyser utilising resonance technology. It offers potentially greater coagulation information and ease of use, however has not been independently validated in a clinical setting. We aimed to determine if the TEG6S is reliable between devices and across time points. We performed a prospective observational study with ethical approval. For interdevice reliability, we performed simultaneous analysis on two TEG6S devices on 25 adult ICU patients. For time point reliability, we performed repeated sampling across five different time points on 15 adult participants. Blood was collected with informed consent, or as standard care, before four-channel citrated kaolin ..

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