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Fig. 2

Fig. 2. From: Low-Dose rt-PA Enhances Clot Resolution in Brain Hemorrhage: The Intraventricular Hemorrhage Thrombolysis Trial.

Rates of clot reduction t-PA vs. control, shown with 95% confidence intervals. Note the rate for reduction with t-PA diverges from placebo within two days (p<.001).

Neal Naff, et al. Stroke. ;42(11):3009-3016.
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Fig. 1

Fig. 1. From: Low-Dose rt-PA Enhances Clot Resolution in Brain Hemorrhage: The Intraventricular Hemorrhage Thrombolysis Trial.

Pre-specified safety triggers and events. None were significant (death at 30 days p=1.00, symptomatic bleeding event p=0.106, ventriculitis p=1.00).

Neal Naff, et al. Stroke. ;42(11):3009-3016.
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Fig 3

Fig 3. From: Low-Dose rt-PA Enhances Clot Resolution in Brain Hemorrhage: The Intraventricular Hemorrhage Thrombolysis Trial.

Relation of rate of IVH clot resolution to change in GCS. P-value for rate of IVH clot resolution, as a continuous variable <0.001. Included patients who survived without symptomatic rebleed (N=35)

Neal Naff, et al. Stroke. ;42(11):3009-3016.

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