We reported on the DOAC-Dipstick®, and four in vitro devices designed to remove interfering DOACs from specimens prepared for clot-based and chromogenic substrate assays in our 9-30-20 article [click], McGlasson DL, Fritsma GA. In vitro detection and removal of direct oral anticoagulants from patient plasma specimens. Annals of Blood 9-30-20; doi: 10.21037/aob-20-16. These devices are poised to solve a 12-year problem, the need to provide emergent hemostasis results in patients treated with direct oral anticoagulants.
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