Figure 2.

Thromboelastography G, activated partial thromboplastin time, prothrombin time, fibrinogen, d-dimer and platelet count grouped by progression of disease. The TEG parameter G represents the clot strength. The short solid lines represent the median value for each disease progression group. The dotted lines represent the reference interval (G: 3.2-7.2 x103 dyn/cm2; aPTT: 7 - 11.9 sec; PT: < 8.5 sec; fibrinogen: 1-4 g/L; d-dimer: < 0.5 mg/L; platelet count: 200-500 109/L). Overall significance is evaluated by Kruskal Wallis test and indicated by brackets. (NS): non-significant (Kruskal Wallis). Dunn's Post Test was used to test for statistical significance between groups. ┌──┐ indicates statistical significance between the groups at each end of the bar. * = Dunn's Post Test: P < 0.05. ** = Dunn's Post test: P < 0.01.

Andreasen et al. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2012 54:3   doi:10.1186/1751-0147-54-3
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