By providing a more complete picture of your patients' hemostasis, the TEG system can help facilitate your understanding of hemorrhagic or thrombotic risk so you can deliver more targeted treatment.
It is a logical step in the bleeding patient assessment but requires some training and skill to get a meaningful result!
Rotem is a little more robust but is not always functional.
Learn the TEG from from consultants and ODP's. Take care as it does cost and it is fragile.
The 4 Channel TEG system is in the theatre lab area by Mrs Owens' office (theatre manager) at far end from CICU of theatres.
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Great video on how to do a TEG from the Royal Free !