Tag Thrombolysis
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Wake up Thrombolysis

Why keep fighting? 15 million strokes/year (WHO) >5 million permanently disabled >500,000 deaths Wake-up Strokes >20-25% occur during bedtime hours
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Thrombolysis for submassive pulmonary embolus

The use of thrombolytics for the treatment of submassive PE is controversial — the limited documented benefit (e.g. improved hemodynamics, potential for less chronic pulmonary hypertension) must be weighed against the increased risk of life-threatening hemorrhage and the availability of other therapies (e.g. catheter-directed thrombolysis or clot retrieval)
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Stroke Thrombolysis

Stroke Thrombolysis: thrombolysis for acute ischaemic stroke is a controversial intervention; it is supported by a number of guidelines and in general is viewed favourably by the neurological community
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STEMI Management

STEMI is a type of acute coronary syndrome that requires emergency reperfusion therapy. Definition and assessment of STEMI is described in Acute Coronary Syndromes

RAGE Session Two

Submassive pulmonary embolus and thrombolysis, humans in the resus room, Edgar Pask, Hunter, Osler and the art of observation