anistreplase

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anistreplase

 [an″is-trep´lās]
a thrombolytic agent primarily used to clear coronary vessel occlusions associated with myocardial infarction; administered intravenously.
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anistreplase

See APSAC.
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anistreplase

A clot-dissolving drug used to try to re-establish blood flow in the heart muscle in the early treatment of heart attacks. A brand name is Eminase.
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