Thrombolytic Meds

by Cathy Parkes November 25, 2019

Thrombolytic Meds

Thrombolytic meds include: alteplase, reteplase (many end in -plase). If you are trying to break up a clot, you have come to the right PLACE! Key risk is BLEEDING! Implement bleeding precautions.

To learn more about thrombolytic medications, check out our video on cardiovascular medications - hemostatic, thrombolytic, erythropoietic and leukopoieti.



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