Efficacy of Floseal vs. tranexamic acid vs. control for bleeding control in patients undergoing TKA
Comparison of Floseal(R) and Tranexamic Acid for Bleeding Control after Total Knee Arthroplasty: a Prospective Randomized StudyClinics (Sao Paulo). 2019 Nov 25;74:e1186.
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90 patients scheduled for a total knee arthroplasty were randomized to receive Floseal, tranexamic acid or control for the reduction of peri-operative bleeding. Outcomes of interest included aspirated blood volume, pad weight, incidence of transfusion, drainage volume, hemoglobin decrease, total measured bleeding and range of motion. Follow up was performed for a minimum of 12 months. Results reve...
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