fibrinolytic

(redirected from fibrinolytic inhibitors)
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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.
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The transglutaminase FXIIIa likely regulates fibrinolysis through at least three distinct mechanisms: (1) cross-linking fibrinolytic inhibitors, particularly [alpha]2-antiplasmin, to fibrin, (2) cross-linking fibrin fibers, and (3) altering the mechanical properties of fibers and fibrin networks.
FXIIIa can also cross-link other fibrinolytic inhibitors to fibrin(ogen), including PAI-2 [136] and TAFI [137].
In an attempt to decrease surgical bleeding and perioperative allogenic blood transfusion requirements, several techniques- such as autologous blood transfusion, perioperative blood salvage, deliberate hypotension, and administration of fibrinolytic inhibitors have been developed.