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- 7 Adult Advanced Life Support
- may take up to 90 min to be effective; only administer a thrombolytic drug if it is appropriate to continue CPR for this duration.
- a policy for rational use of thrombolytic drugs - NCBI
- rational use of thrombolytic drugs. D.J.
- TA52 Myocardial infarction - thrombolysis: guidance
- Guidance on the use of drugs for early thrombolysis in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction . between 23% and 32% of thrombolytic drug use in the. UK.
- Practice Advisory: ' 1
- by the Food and Drug Administration until June 18,. 1996.
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- CV Pharmacology: Thrombolytic (Fibrinolytic) Drugs
- thrombolytic drugs used to breakdown blood clots. longer half-life, it can be administered by IV bolus. It is only approved for use in acute myocardial infarction.
- Thrombolytic therapy: MedlinePlus - National Library of Medicine
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- Final Appraisal Determination: Drugs for early thrombolysis in the
- Mar 30, 2010 It is estimated that alteplase represents between 23% and 32% of thrombolytic drug use in the UK.
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