Hepatic function and fibrinolysis in patients with hereditary angioedema undergoing long-term treatment with tranexamic acid.

@article{Agostoni1978HepaticFA,
  title={Hepatic function and fibrinolysis in patients with hereditary angioedema undergoing long-term treatment with tranexamic acid.},
  author={Angelo Agostoni and Bianca Marasini and Marco Cicardi and Guido Martignoni and Lilj Uziel and Maurizio Pietrogrande},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={1978},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={216-21}
}
Prophylactic treatment with antifibrinolytic agents, epsilon-aminocaproic and tranexamic acid, reduces the incidence and severity of attacks in patients with hereditary angioedema. Long-term effectiveness or risk of antifibrinolytic agents has not been established. Sixteen patients needing continuous prophylaxis because of frequency and severity of attacks… CONTINUE READING