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The particularities of this case consists of a young patient with recurrent deep venous thrombosis and massive pulmonary embolism, with confirmed thrombophilia (heterozygous for MTHFR C 667 T mutation), with recurrent embolism despite catheter-directed thrombolysis, slow clinical amelioration under prolonged streptokinase infusion with no significant changes in thrombus burden at discharge, and a good evolution after chronic oral anticoagulation.
Here we report an antenatal case of aortic PVT, presenting in first trimester and thrombolysed with streptokinase.
Streptokinase is the lone nonfibrin-specific thrombolytic agent available in the pharmaceutical market (Vaishnavi et al.
Streptokinase (SK) is a non-protease plasminogen activator, produced by certain streptococci and certain bacteria which contain appropriate genetic material derived from streptococci of Lancefield groups A, C or G.
We have performed the clinical trial to demonstrate efficacy and safety of IATT with streptokinase as a thrombolytic agent in ischemic stroke patients hospitalized at the Republican Research Center of Emergency Medicine (Tashkent, Uzbekistan).
These patients came within 12 hours of chest pain and received Streptokinase on presentation.
Comparison by controlled clinical trial of streptokinase and heparin in treatment of life-threatening pulmonay embolism.
The clotted samples were then treated with alteplase, urokinase, streptokinase, tenectoplase, or reteplase.
Hence, subsequent study centered on evaluation of in-vitro fibrinolytic activity by protease enzyme and also its comparison with bacterial Streptokinase [14].
At the present time, the use and benefit of intrapleural streptokinase in complicated cases, in addition to closed chest tube drainage and thoracoscopic methods, is still contraversial.
Six of the 10 previously documented cases were associated with streptokinase use rather than recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (Reteplase), as in our patient, but this is probably due to streptokinase being an older agent.