TROICAThrombolysis In Cardiac Arrest (study)
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"These results are very unexpected," a disappointed TROICA Chairman Dr.
TROICA involved 1,050 patients in 10 European countries with witnessed cardiac arrest of presumed cardiac origin who didn't experience prompt return of spontaneous circulation after initiation of CPR.
The rationale for TROICA, a Boehringer Ingelheim--funded trial, lies in the well-established fact that 65%-70% of all out-of-hospital cardiac arrests are due to underlying acute MI or pulmonary embolism, both of which are approved indications for thrombolytic therapy.
One possible explanation for the negative results in TROICA is that thrombolytic therapy was administered either too early or too late.