Welcome to the Updated Fritsma Factor

Welcome to the Updated Fritsma Factor
Dec 22, 2014 9:18am

Hello, and welcome to our newly refreshed Fritsma Factor. The site is now mobile-friendly so you don’t have to be tied to a computer. Visit the site from your smart phone or tablet and it will automatically adjust to fit your screen. Besides our refreshed look and feel, we have improved the navigation and provided easy access to posts without the need to log in. Of course, login is still required to post comments or access the audio-enhanced educational modules, though these features remain cost-free.

Commonly-used abbreviations like PT and PTT are now easily deciphered--just hover your mouse over an abbreviation that has a dotted line under it. We have added search functionality so you can easily search for words or phrases. There’s also a list of key topic areas if you’d prefer to search that way. Old favorites like the Quick Question, Cheat Sheets, a calendar of recommended conferences, links to hemostasis-related websites and other helpful online resources, and a list of abbreviations and their meanings. We'll also renew our monthly Cheat Sheets and update our educational modules (where necessary) in 2015.

 
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Hello, and welcome to our newly refreshed Fritsma Factor. The site is now mobile-friendly so you don’t have to be tied to a computer. Visit the site from your smart phone or tablet and it will automatically adjust to fit your screen. Besides our refreshed look and feel, we have improved the navigation and provided easy access to posts without the need to log in. Of course, login is still required to post comments or access the audio-enhanced educational modules, though these features remain cost-free.

Commonly-used abbreviations like PT and PTT are now easily deciphered--just hover your mouse over an abbreviation that has a dotted line under it. We have added search functionality so you can easily search for words or phrases. There’s also a list of key topic areas if you’d prefer to search that way. Old favorites like the Quick Question, Cheat Sheets, a calendar of recommended conferences, links to hemostasis-related websites and other helpful online resources, and a list of abbreviations and their meanings. We'll also renew our monthly Cheat Sheets and update our educational modules (where necessary) in 2015.

 

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