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- This is an important finding because anticoagulant therapy is considered a contraindication to thrombolytic treatment, the other proven treatment for acute stroke," David Chiu, MD, of Houston Methodist in Texas, told MedPage Today in an email.
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- The aim of this narrative review is to summarize for intensivists or any physicians managing “severe”pulmonary embolism (PE) the main recent advances or recommendations in the care of patients including risk stratification, diagnostic algorithm, ...
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- Thrombolysis for Stroke in Postop Patients: Is It Safe?
- Introducing his presentation, Dr Voelkel noted that thrombolysis is a very beneficial therapy for acute ischemic stroke but is contraindicated in patients who have had surgery in the past 3 months.
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