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thrombolysis

 [throm-bol´€ĭ-sis]
dissolution of a thrombus.

throm·bol·y·sis

(throm-bol'i-sis), Avoid the mispronunciation thromboly'sis.
Fluidifying or dissolving of a thrombus.
[thrombo- + G. lysis, a dissolving]

thrombolysis

/throm·bol·y·sis/ (throm-bol´ĭ-sis) dissolution of a thrombus.

thrombolysis

(thrŏm-bŏl′ĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. thromboly·ses (-sēz)
Dissolution or destruction of a thrombus.

throm′bo·lyt′ic (-bə-lĭt′ĭk) adj.

thrombolysis

[thrombol′isis]
the dissolution of a thrombus.

thrombolysis

Dissolution of a blood clot/thrombus. See Laser thrombolysis.

throm·bol·y·sis

(throm-bol'i-sis)
Liquefaction or dissolving of a thrombus.
[thrombo- + G. lysis, a dissolving]

thrombolysis

thrombus dissolution by thrombolytic drug therapy

thrombolysis

dissolution of a thrombus.
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Coutts suggested that thrombolysis treatment should be considered in these patients.
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12) This and other issues, such as cost and the availability of resources required to administer this treatment, have caused concerns that thrombolysis may not be a viable option for treating stroke in developing countries.
Stroke thrombolysis for ischaemic stroke was first used in New Zealand in 2004.
Following discussion with the obstetrician, the anaesthetist then commenced rescue thrombolysis.
It means clinicians will be able to make prompt decisions on whether to provide patients with thrombolysis treatment after seeing the results of the patient's CT scan.
A report compiled for the Irish Heart Foundation revealed the cost for care could be slashed by up to EUR13million a year if there was general access to stroke units and more availability of clot-busting treatment thrombolysis.