Loewe, Leo; Halpern, Alfred
May 1961
Angiology;May1961, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p147
Academic Journal
Discusses the fibrinolytic treatment of thromboembolic disease. Potential of fibrinolysin, a fibrinolytic agent to dissolve thrombi within the circulation; Capacity to dissolve the fibrin binding the clot without affecting the other proteins in the blood producing adverse reactions; Influence of the agent in increasing the incidence of side effects.


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