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Antifibrinolytic agents173Antifibrinolytika

Antifibrinolytic agents

Aprotinin

Liver (Surgery)

Liver (Transplantation)

Tranexamic acid

1997  
1
Antifibrinolytic drugs and perioperative hemostasis.
[9298865] Am J Hematol 56(1): 32-6 (1997)
2007  
2
Meta-analysis comparing the effectiveness and adverse outcomes of antifibrinolytic agents in cardiac surgery.
[17533182] Circulation 115(22): 2801-13 (2007)
2009  
3
The safety of aprotinin and lysine-derived antifibrinolytic drugs in cardiac surgery: a meta-analysis.
[19050037] CMAJ 180(2): 183-93 (2009)
2005  
4
Antifibrinolytics in orthotopic liver transplantation: current status and controversies.
[15690531] Liver Transpl 11(1): 10-8 (2005)
2011  
5
Ankaferd hemostat in the management of gastrointestinal hemorrhages.
[22046083] World J Gastroenterol 17(35): 3962-70 (2011)
2007  
6
Valid comparisons of antifibrinolytic agents used in cardiac surgery.
[17548738] Circulation 115(22): 2790-2 (2007)
2010  
7
Antifibrinolytics in liver surgery.
[21224964] Indian J Anaesth 54(6): 489-95 (2010)
2005  
8
Are antifibrinolytic drugs equivalent in reducing blood loss and transfusion in cardiac surgery? A meta-analysis of randomized head-to-head trials.
[15992412] BMC Cardiovasc Disord 5(-): 19 (2005)

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