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Vestn Otorinolaringol. 1999;(1):47-51.

[The use of tranexamic acid as an anesthetic component in ENT surgeries in patients with high surgical-anesthetic risk and in hemorrhagic shock intensive therapy].

[Article in Russian]


Experimental and clinical trials have shown that anesthesia and intensive therapy of shock incorporating tranexamic acid enhance analgesia, hyporeflexia, thus ensuring stable, adequate anesthesia which is safe under reduced doses of standard anesthesiological modalities. Application of tranexamic acid provided more favourable course of postanesthesiological and postoperative periods, decreased the number of complications and lethal outcomes compared to standard anesthesia.

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