Convulsions induced by aminocaproic acid infusion.


Aminocaproic acid is a widely used antifibrinolytic agent. Serious adverse effects associated with its use are rare, but we report on a patient with liver disease and cirrhosis who experienced a grand mal seizure during the intravenous administration of aminocaproic acid. Clinicians should be alert to the occurrence of this adverse effect in patients with… (More)


Cite this paper

@article{Rabinovici1989ConvulsionsIB, title={Convulsions induced by aminocaproic acid infusion.}, author={Reuven Rabinovici and Albert Heyman and Yuval Kluger and Eilat Shinar}, journal={DICP : the annals of pharmacotherapy}, year={1989}, volume={23 10}, pages={780-1} }