Antifibrinolytic Agents in Traumatic Hemorrhage: A Large Scale Randomized Controlled Trial Is Needed

Coats, Tim; Hunt, Beverley; Roberts, Ian; Shakur, Haleema
February 2005
Croatian Medical Journal;2005, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p146
Academic Journal
Focuses on the need for a randomized trial on the therapeutic effect of antifibrinolytic agents on patients with traumatic hemorrhage. Use of antifibrinolytic agents in surgery; Lack of evidence on the use of antifibrinolytic agents in treating haemostatic abnormalities in trauma; Importance of the involvement of health professionals worldwide to conduct the trial.


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