TXATranexamic Acid
TXATexarkana (Amtrak station code; Texarkana, AR)
TXATransmit Ascii
TXATextiles and Apparel (various locations)
TXATransfer X to A (computing)
TXATopps Xpectations Autographs (sports memorabilia)
TXATransfer X Into Accumulator (6502 processor instruction)
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Thus, the current study was planned to determine if the use of TXA reduces perioperative blood loss and need for allogenic blood transfusion in patients undergoing TKA, to compare the effectiveness of intra-articularly administered TXA and adrenaline on perioperative blood loss, and evaluate the rate of complications, including the rate of thromboembolic events, in patients receiving TXA and adrenaline.
Conclusion: Intra-articular and intravenous TXA are equally effective in patients undergoing primary total knee arthroplasty in reducing post-operative blood loss.
It also found that both the amount of bleeding in the brain and number of associated serious complications were lower in the patients who had received the TXA treatment.
Associated serious complications (such as pneumonia and brain swelling) were also lower in the patients who had received the TXA treatment, compared to the control group who were given a saline placebo.
Tranexamic acid (TXA) has been recently used to reduce the blood loss after TKA.
Although heterogeneous in design, study population, and quality of evidence, the papers indicated that TXA may reduce both the duration and volume of hemoptysis.
Therefore, the aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of IV TXA in reducing blood loss during SARPE in combination with pterygomaxillary disjunction.
La revision de la literatura relacionada con taxonomias en el ambito de la IS y de la HCI permitio realizar una recopilacion de la informacion que clasifican, para compararla con la TxA propuesta.
This anonymous survey was designed to (1) assess baseline knowledge and awareness of the evidence for the use of TXA in bleeding trauma patients, (2) identify the perceived barriers to use of TXA among trauma surgeons and ER physicians, and (3) elicit suggestions on ways to incorporate TXA into trauma protocols and increase its use in bleeding trauma patients.
The prepared IA-TXA solution, as 500 mg of TXA with a total of 25 ml volume, was then injected into the knee joint via drain tube after fascial and skin closure and application of compressive dressing.