thrombolic

throm·bol·ic

(throm-bol'ik),
Relating to a thrombolus.
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* For women who initiate HT more than 10 years from menopause onset or when aged 60 years or older, the benefit-risk ration appears less favorable than for younger women because of the greater absolute risks of CHD, stroke, venous thrombolic embolism and dementia.
Post thrombolic syndrome after DVT patients can end up with ulcer.
An increased likelihood for a thrombolic event is elevated during the first year then becomes normalized, she said.
He denied being incompetent, saying: "If I had given a thrombolic drug then that would have been deemed incompetent because I was not trained to do so."
Evidence is conflicting with regard to the comparative frequency of venous thrombolic events (VTE) among women using the transdermal patch when compared to an oral contraceptive (OC), even though the patch produces a relatively high serum ethinyl estradiol (EE) level (strength of recommendation [SOR]: C, conflicting cohort case-control studies).
Increased risk of venous and arterial thrombolic and thromboembolic events, hepatic neoplasia, gallbladder disease, and hypertension has been associated with oral contraceptive use.
as early as 1968, physicians were urged to "be alert to the earliest manifestations of thrombolic disorders," including "cerebrovascular disorders," and to discontinue use of the pill "immediately" if any thrombolic disorders occur.
Asessment of risk factors for stroke, coronary heart disease, venous thrombolic embolism, osteoporosis, diabetes, and breast/ovarian/uterine cancer is highly recommended.