Publications from University of Oklahoma
1. A description of platelets, their structure, function, and abnormalities in diseases:
George JN: Platelets. Lancet 335: 1531-1543, 2000. [Full Text]
2. How to diagnose and treat patients who are discovered to have a low platelet count:
Kojouri K, George, JN: Thrombocytopenia: Approach to diagnosis and treatment. Emergency Medicine 37: 11-17, 2005.
George JN, Charania RS. Evaluation and management of patients with microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and thrombocytopenia. Seminars in Thrombosis and Haemostasis 39 (1): 153-160, 2013
3. Platelet counts over 50,000/mL may be perfectly safe, even though they are not normal. Severe bleeding may not occur until the platelet count is less than 10,000/mL:
George JN: For low platelets, how low is dangerous? Cleveland Clinic J Med 71: 277-278, 2004.
4. A description of how the membrane glycoproteins that are critical for platelet function were discovered:
Nurden AT, Phillips DR, George JN: Platelet membrane glycoproteins: historical perspectives. J Thromb Hemost 4: 3-9, 2006 [Full Text]
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