Fibrinolytics

Fibrinolytics, or fibrinolytic agents, cause the destruction of the formed fibrin filaments; they contribute mainly to the resorption of fresh (not yet organized) blood clots. Fibrinolytic agents are divided into groups of direct and indirect action. The first group includes substances that directly affect blood plasma, a clot of fibrin filaments, effective in vitro and…

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