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Sandeep Chauhan, Akshay Bisoi, Rakesh Modi, Parag Gharde, M R Rajesh
BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES: Antifibrinolytic agents are used commonly in adult cardiac surgery to reduce postoperative blood loss. Paucity of literature on the use of a newer antifibrinolytic agent tranexamic acid (TA) in children undergoing cardiac surgery promoted us to conduct this study in children with cyanotic heart disease. METHODS: One hundred and twenty consecutive children with cyanotic heart disease were randomised into two groups. Control (group A) (n=24) given no drug while the study (group B, n=96) group was given tranexamic acid 10 mg/kg each after anaesthetic induction, on bypass and after protamine at the end of bypass...
August 2003: Indian Journal of Medical Research
L Bouillet, D Ponard, C Drouet, C Massot
PURPOSE: Nonallergic isolated angioedema is an uncommon clinical syndrome raising difficult diagnosis and therapeutic problems. Occurrences linked to a C1Inh are the predominant ones and have to be examined as a priority, taking into account the specificity of the associated follow-up. CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AND KEY POINTS: Diseases with a clinical profile close to hereditary angioneurotic edema, but without C1Inh anomaly, have been described recently. It is in fact family cases, concerning only women, where estrogens seem to play a dominant role...
June 2002: La Revue de M├ędecine Interne
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