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Paired prothrombin determinations have been done by the bedside and one-stage methods using the type of stable thromboplastin available for the previous work and the more recent commercially available Solu-Plastin.
A correlation coefficient of 0.870 was found for the older type of thromboplastin, thus confirming the report in a previous communication.1
The newer type of thromboplastin, Solu-Plastin, did not give a direct correlation between the values obtained by the bedside and one-stage methods.
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