Mazel, M. S.; Bolton, Houck E.; Riera, Rogelio
April 1964
Angiology;Apr1964, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p171
Academic Journal
Two cases are reported in which a fibrinolytic agent was used shortly after major surgery. In both cases respiratory difficulty and cyanosis developed following surgery, but responded to the fibrinolytic drug. The patients improved rapidly with no apparent hemorrhage, even from the recent surgical wounds, resulting from therapy.


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