Thrombolytic therapy

What is Thrombolytic therapy?

Thrombolytic drugs are used in medicine to dissolve blood clots in a procedure termed thrombolysis. They limit the damage caused by the blockage or occlusion of a blood vessel.

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Q1.) What is the rationale for selecting PCI and thrombolytic therapy as treatment option?

Q2.) What are the various co therapies you use and why?...

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After going through your medical query I understand your concern and I would like to tell you that you can go for thrombolytic therapy but...

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I'm Dr.habib tareen frm Pakistan,I'm suffering frm post thrombotic syndrome in both of my legs,currently I feel heaviness n my legs n feet...

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Hi Dr Habeeb. If you have post thrombotic syndrome and your DVT is more than two weeks old then Thrombolysis will not be useful. It is done in...

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As you see I have attached the case study I am trying to understand. It is inrthe first paragraph I think is important : . Chest radiograph...

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Thanks for your query.

To translate, the chest x-ray shows pneumonia and the electrocardiogram shows some abnormalities that are not urgent,...

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