Media Articles Related to Abbokinase (Urokinase)
Three Pulmonary Embolisms and A Wedding
Source: theheart.org | Medscape Cardiology Headlines [2016.07.19]
An emotional whirlwind of a weekend as mother of the bride and daughter of the patient introduced Dr Walton Shirley to a new treatment for PE—catheter-directed thrombolysis.
theheart.org on Medscape
How Multidisciplinary Pulmonary Embolism Response Teams Work
Source: theheart.org | Medscape Cardiology Headlines [2016.07.18]
For patients presenting with massive pulmonary embolisms, multidisciplinary response teams are needed, says Dr Sam Goldhaber.
theheart.org on Medscape
Pulmonary Embolism (Blood Clot in the Lung)
Source: MedicineNet alteplase Specialty [2015.11.20]
Title: Pulmonary Embolism (Blood Clot in the Lung)
Category: Diseases and Conditions
Created: 3/20/2008 12:00:00 AM
Last Editorial Review: 11/20/2015 12:00:00 AM
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) Quiz
Source: MedicineNet enoxaparin Specialty [2015.08.21]
Title: Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) Quiz
Category: MedicineNet Quiz
Created: 7/31/2014 6:52:00 PM
Last Editorial Review: 8/21/2015 6:48:25 PM
Calf DVT: Anticoagulation Lowers Risks, but at a Cost
Source: Medscape Critical Care Headlines [2016.07.22]
Anticoagulation after isolated calf DVT decreased risk for proximal DVT and pulmonary embolism, but quadrupled bleeding risk, a new study has shown.
Medscape Medical News
Published Studies Related to Abbokinase (Urokinase)
Pharmacokinetics and safety of a new bioengineered thrombolytic agent, human tissue urokinase type plasminogen activator in Chinese healthy volunteers. [2011.01]
The aim of our study was to investigate the pharmacokinetics and safety of human tissue urokinase type plasminogen activator (HTUPA) in healthy Chinese subjects after intravenous administration. Thirty-two subjects were given intravenous injection doses of 5-35 mg of HTUPA for safety evaluation... No serious adverse events were reported by the subjects or revealed by clinical or laboratory examinations, suggesting the given doses were safe and well tolerated.
An effective treatment for cerebral hemorrhage: minimally invasive craniopuncture combined with urokinase infusion therapy. [2010.05]
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate and compare the curative effect between the minimally invasive craniopuncture combined with urokinase infusion therapy and the clearance of hematoma by craniotomy with small bone flap in treating patients with 30-80 ml hemorrhage in the basal ganglion part of the brain... CONCLUSION: The craniopuncture combined with urokinase infusion therapy could reduce the rate of re-bleeding after surgery and the case fatality by 90 days. It also could improve the activities of daily living (Barthel index >or=95) at day 90. Thus, this therapy was a safe and practical technique in treating cerebral hemorrhage (30-80 ml), especially suitable for hospitals in rural areas or developing countries.
Efficacy and safety of 2-hour urokinase regime in acute pulmonary embolism: a randomized controlled trial. [2009.12.29]
BACKGROUNDS: Urokinase (UK) 2 200 U/kg.h for 12 hours infusion(UK-12 h)is an ACCP recommended regimen in treating acute pulmonary embolism (PE). It is unclear whether this dose and time can be reduced further. We compared the efficacy and safety of 20, 000 U/kg for 2 hours (UK-2 h) with the UK-12 h regime in selected PE patients... CONCLUSIONS: The UK-2 h regimen exhibits similar efficacy and safety as the UK-12 h regimen for acute PE.
[Thrombolysis of rabbit's pulmonary embolism with thrombus-targeted urokinase immune liposome] [2009.11]
OBJECTIVE: To develop thrombus-targeted urokinase immune liposome through incorporating D-dimer monoclonal antibody (DDmAb) to liposome and observe the thrombolytic efficiency in a rabbit pulmonary thromboembolism (PE) model... CONCLUSION: Acute PE could be successfully treated by the thrombus-targeted urokinase immune liposome with D-dimer monoclonal antibody.
Percutaneous treatment of intrabdominal abscess: urokinase versus saline serum in 100 cases using two surgical scoring systems in a randomized trial. [2009.07]
The purpose of this study was to assess whether regular instillation of urokinase during abscess drainage leads to an improved outcome compared to saline irrigation alone. One hundred patients referred for image-guided abdominal abscess drainage were randomized between thrice daily urokinase instillation or saline irrigation alone...
Clinical Trials Related to Abbokinase (Urokinase)
Safety and Efficacy Study of Urokinase for the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Syndrome and Critical Limb Ischemia [Terminated]
In this randomized clinical trial (RCT) the investigators are trying to find out whether a
low-dose therapy with daily short infusions of urokinase using 10 to 21 doses over a maximum
of 30 days is capable of prolonging the survival time without major amputation.
Dornase Alfa and Urokinase for Kids With Pleural Empyema [Recruiting]
The purpose of this study is to determine whether intrapleural treatment with Dornase alfa
plus Urokinase improves clinical outcome compared to Urokinase alone in children with
complicated parapneumonic effusions
Urokinase Versus Video-assisted Thoracoscopic to Treat Complicated Parapneumonic Empyema in Childhood [Completed]
A great controversy exists about which is the best method to perform the evacuation of the
collection. The purpose of this study is to evaluate which is the best initial treatment to
drain complicated parapneumonic empyema (stages II and III) in children: the present study
raises a hypothesis of equivalence between both arms of treatment (chest drainage plus
intrapleural urokinase or videothoracoscopic debridement).
Intrapleural Urokinase for Retained Hemothorax [Active, not recruiting]
Intrapleural thrombolytic treatment with urokinase for retained hemothorax is effective and
safe. However, previous study was limited in prospective observation study without control
Efficacy and Security of Intrapleurally Alteplase vs Urokinase for the Treatment of Complicated Parapneumonic Effusion and Empyema [Completed]
- Main objective: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of intrapleural alteplase vs
urokinase in patients with complex complicated parapneumonic pleural effusion and
- To evaluate the pleural and plasmatic levels of the fibrinolytic system markers
after the treatment with alteplase vs urokinase
- To evaluate the safety of alteplase in the treatment of complex complicated
parapneumonic pleural effusion and empyema
2. Design: Multicentric, randomized, parallel, controlled and double blind
3. Main variable: Percentage of curation
4. Study population and number of patients: 204 patients with complex complicated
parapneumonic pleural effusions and empyema
5. Duration of the treatment: Three days (main variable), and optional three days