tranexamic acid


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tranexamic acid

[¦tran·ik¦sam·ik ′as·əd]
(pharmacology)
C8H15NO2 Crystals which soften at 270°C and are soluble in water; used as a hemostatic agent. Abbreviated AMCHA.
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One intraoperative dose of tranexamic Acid for patients having primary hip or knee arthroplasty.
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Intraoperative use of tranexamic acid to reduce transfusion rate in patients undergoing radical retropubic prostatectomy: double blind, randomised, placebo controlled trial.
Because tranexamic acid reduces clot breakdown the investigators hypothesised that this drug could reduce bleeding into the brain and therefore improve patients' outcomes.
The Seven Barrows handler has been charged with a breach of Rule 53 and Rule 200, in that he "allowed or caused to be administered, or connived at the administration of, tranexamic acid, under the brand name Cyklokapron, to the mare either with the intention of affecting her racing performance or in the knowledge that her racing performance could be affected by such".
Long-term use should be avoided in children and pregnant women, who should instead receive tranexamic acid which, although less effective, can be used for prolonged periods.
Tranexamic acid is very effective in controlling most minor bleeds as well as menorrhagia (for which the combined oral contraceptive pill is also effective).
To limit blood loss aprotinin was given to 1,295 patients, and 1,705 received two alternative generic drugs - aminocaproic acid or tranexamic acid - that are as effective as but far less expensive than aprotinin.
On March 2, the Food and Drug Administrationannounced the approval of a new drug called tranexamic acid, which protects the weak blood clots formed in hemophiliacs undergoing surgery.
Benztropine Mesylate, Levetiracetam and Tranexamic Acid Injectables are Newest Additions to Critical Care Portfolio
1] for Tranexamic Acid Injection 1000 mg/10mL (100 mg/mL).