Oral tranexamic acid as a novel treatment option for persistent haematuria in patients with sickle cell disease

@article{Davis2010OralTA,
  title={Oral tranexamic acid as a novel treatment option for persistent haematuria in patients with sickle cell disease},
  author={Niall F Davis and Barry B. McGuire and Leo Lawlor and Peter O’Gorman and Kiaran J. O’Malley and John M. Fitzpatrick},
  journal={Annals of Hematology},
  year={2010},
  volume={89},
  pages={1179-1180}
}
Dear Editor, A 17-year-old Nigerian female (para 1 + 0) with sickle cell disease (genotype HbSS) presented to the emergency department in sickle crisis with a 4-day history of gross haematuria with clots. The crisis settled quickly but her haematuria continued unabated. Urine was sterile and serum creatinine was 52 mmol/L. This was her first episode of… CONTINUE READING