Published in Blood Weekly, September 4th, 2003
When given alone, tPA has a short life span in circulation and has the potential to cause serious bleeding as it diffuses out of the bloodstream. The RBC/tPA combo, however, lasts 10 times longer in the bloodstream than free-floating tPA and decreases the likelihood of excess bleeding, according to a new study.
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