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Use of Tranexamic Acid in Control of Haemorrhage after Extraction of Teeth in Haemophilia and Christmas Disease

Authors
  • R. W. H. Tavenner
Publication Date
May 06, 1972
Source
PMC
Keywords
Disciplines
  • Medicine
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Abstract

Bleeding after dental extraction was controlled with tranexamic acid in 19 patients with haemophilia and 3 with Christmas disease. The results were slightly better than those obtained with aminocaproic acid; the dose used was smaller; and side effects were few.

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