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antifibrinolytic

antifibrinolytic adj.

antifibrinolytic adj.

antifibrinolytic adj.

antifibrinolytic adj.

Acute renal cortical necrosis caused by an antifibrinolytic drug (tranexamic acid).

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Antifibrinolytic effect of single apo(a) kringle domains: relationship to fibrinogen binding

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Topical use of antifibrinolytic agents reduces postoperative bleeding: a double-blind, prospective, randomized study

Removal of aprotinin from low-dose aprotinin/tranexamic acid antifibrinolytic therapy increases transfusion requirements in cardiothoracic surgery☆

Effect of lysine antifibrinolytics and cyclooxygenase inhibitors on the proteolytic profile of breast cancer cells interacting with macrophages or endothelial cells

The use of an anti-fibrinolytic agent to reduce endoleak following endovascular repair of multiple aortic aneurysms

Reducing allogeneic transfusion in cardiac surgery: a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial of antifibrinolytic therapies used in addition to intra-operative cell salvage

 

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adj. describing an agent that inhibits the dissolution of blood clots (see fibrinolysis). Antifibrinolytic drugs include tranexamic acid.

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