fibrinolytic


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fi·bri·no·lyt·ic

(fī'brin-ō-lit'ik),
Denoting, characterized by, or causing fibrinolysis.

fibrinolytic

adjective Referring to or producing fibrinolysis.

fi·bri·no·lyt·ic

(fī'brin-ō-lit'ik)
Denoting, characterized by, or causing fibrinolysis.

fibrinolytic

pertaining to or emanating from fibrinolysis.

fibrinolytic agent
substances that stimulate or inhibit fibrinolysis.
fibrinolytic inhibitors
include ε-aminocaproic acid and antiplasmin-α1.
fibrinolytic mechanism
an ordered sequence of interactions between an enzyme and a cofactor on a specific substrate; the components of the process include plasminogen, tissue plasminogen activator, urokinase and kallikrein.
fibrinolytic stimulators
includes hormones (e.g. corticosteroids), enzymes (e.g. streptokinase) and others such as epinephrine.
fibrinolytic system tests
ways of examining the system include clot lysis time, euglobulin lysis time, fibrin plate test.
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Fibrinolytic enzymes have been purified from many plant, animal and microbial sources.
Gross fibrinolytic activity in the conditioned media of CPAE cells was assayed employing fibrin gel plates containing 6 mg/ml bovine fibrinogen (Miles, Kankakee, IL, USA) and 1 U/ml bovine thrombin (Mochida Pharmaceutical, Tokyo, Japan).
10],[11],[12] It might be due to this fact that higher activity of proteolysis according to albuminolysis and azocololysis, higher indices of the condensate fibrinolytic activity, and more frequent detection of nitrogen monoxide metabolites content were found.
If percutaneous coronary intervention is planned in patients who have been given fibrinolytic therapy previously
7%) was successfully treated using fibrinolytic therapy but this therapy failed in five (14.
A randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled study with tranexamic acid of bleeding and fibrinolytic activity after primary coronary artery bypass grafting.
A large number of eligible patients arrived at a facility in Pretoria capable of providing fibrinolytic therapy but did not receive any treatment
The above predisposing factors in summary suggest a number of mechanisms that help explain the occurrence of dry socket which include delayed healing, increased fibrinolytic activity, microvascular thrombosis and peripheral ischemia that decreased blood supply to the extraction site.
Thrombolysis is limited by the risk of hemorrhagic complications, especially with long acting fibrinolytic agents, longer infusions and with an underlying bleeding predisposition.
The results of the present study revealed blood clotting and fibrinolytic disorders in bitches with pyometra.
Numerous methods of controlling bleeding such as thromboplastic agents; topical freezing saline; deliberate hypotension; and administration of fibrinolytic inhibitors (such as aprotinin and tranexamic acid) have been used (Bannister GC-1990).