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Usage of TXA in SAH, The Results Are In

ULTRA-early, short term IV TXA in patients with SAH with suspected aneurysm rupture did not improve clinical outcomes of patients as described by “good” (0-3) versus “poor” (4-6) modified Rankin Scale at 6 months.


Read more about the use of TXA in SAH at the following;


https://journalfeed.org/article-a-day/2021/ultra-rct-txa-for-sah



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