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Table 3 Differences in activated coagulation time (ACT) and Intrinsically activated modified rotational thromboelastometry (InTEM) parameters of patient groups according to bleeding tendency

From: Activated coagulation time vs. intrinsically activated modified rotational thromboelastometry in assessment of hemostatic disturbances and blood loss after protamine administration in elective cardiac surgery: analysis from the clinical trial (NCT01281397)

  C.T.O. Overall (mL) N Median Interquartile range P (Mann–Whitney U)
INTEM CT Non-bleeder 111 194,00 171,00-214,00 0.379
Bleeder 37 198,00 182,00-221,00
INTEM CFT Non-bleeder 111 124,00 98,00-165,00 0.033
Bleeder 37 149,00 103,50-207,50
INTEM ALFA ANGLE (degrees) Non-bleeder 111 69,00 64,00-74,00 0.016
Bleeder 37 65,00 56,50-72,00
INTEM MCF Non-bleeder 111 55,00 50,00-59,00 0.017
Bleeder 37 51,00 46,00-57,00
INTEM A10 Non-bleeder 111 46,00 41,00-50,00 0.013
Bleeder 37 41,00 36,00-48,50
INTEM A20 Non-bleeder 111 53,00 48,00-57,00 0.016
Bleeder 37 49,00 44,00-54,50
INTEM A30 Non-bleeder 111 55,00 50,00-59,00 0.018
Bleeder 37 51,00 46,50-56,50
Activated coagulation time after protamine administration (sec) Non-bleeder 111 138,00 127,00-145,00 0.179
Bleeder 37 141,00 131,50-149,50