cardiology
Vascular disease

Old medicine may have new use in intracerebral haemorrhage: SPOT-AUST study

A small Australian-led study appears to hint that treating patients diagnosed with ongoing intracerebral haemorrhage with the common anti-fibrinolytic agent tranexamic acid may limit the size of the haemorrhages. In the Phase II  Spot Sign and Tranexamic Acid on Preventing ICH Growth – Australasia Trial (STOP-AUST), Dr Nawaf Yassi, consultant neurologist at the Royal Melbourne ...

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