AAOS: Hemostatic Agent does not appear to reduce transfusion events in THA
Prospective Randomized Study of a Collagen/Thrombin and Autologous Platelet Gel During Total Hip Arthroplasty
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109 total hip arthroplasty patients were randomized to receive a collagen/thrombin/autologous platelet hemostatic agent in conjunction with standard hemostasis treatment, or standard hemostasis treatment alone, to determine the efficacy of the hemostatic agent on transfusion events. Other outcome measures included perioperative blood loss and narcotic use, postoperative pain and hemoglobin levels,...
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