bleeding rate

bleeding rate

The rate at which water is released by bleeding, 4 from mortar or paste.
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But "the answer is not to give ticagrelor or prasugrel to everyone because then the bleeding rate is too high.
The bleeding rate was higher in bone cutter method as compared to plastibell device method in this study.
Results: Comparison between the two groups showed that the bleeding rate was 8% in group A and 7% in group B (p = 0.
12-14) The bleeding rate of the CDT and SmartClamp boys in our study was 4% and 6%, respectively.
A previous report showed that the recurrent bleeding rate following endoscopic hemostasis of AHRU was 48.
Bolger et al, Screening improved detection, (13) 1990 allowed for modifications of perioperative care, and reduced the bleeding rate.
10) These changes were responsible for the reduction in major bleeding rate from nearly 6% in the earlier trials to less than 1% in the more current trials.
In certain patient populations, the overall bleeding rate has been shown to rise as high as 20%.
Although TT can be considered as the most effective antithrombotic treatment in patients treated with long-term OAC, this is associated with a 3-5-fold higher bleeding rate when compared with DAT.
The bleeding rate was calculated by examining the visible bleeding points, until 15 seconds after the poll.