A report released yesterday underlines the danger of Trasylol (aprotinin), which was used for years to limit bleeding during surgery. Trasylol was taken off the market last year after U.S. tests indicated the drug posed a significantly higher risk of death as opposed to other anti-bleeding drugs. The new study, as reported by Forbes.com, includes an examination of Trasylol use in 49 randomized clinical trials, and also includes new information from the Blood Conservation Using Antifibrinolytics in a Randomized Trial (BART) study, published earlier this year. The findings of the new study, which was conducted by Canadian and Australian reserachers, ... Read More
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