Subtypes of Infarction and Their Differentiation: Relevance to Thrombolytic Therapy and Early Randomization
Although thrombolytic therapy is now widely used in acute myocardial infarct, its use in the acute phase of cerebral infarct is still under investigation, and large randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled efficacy trials are under way . Since the first works of Sussman and Fitch in the late 1950s , there have been many attempts to evaluate the efficacy of thrombolysis administered during a limited period after an ischemic cerebral event.
KeywordsAcute Ischemic Stroke Thrombolytic Therapy Hemorrhagic Transformation Stroke Subtype Acute Stroke Patient
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