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Successful Thrombolysis Of A Thrombosed Mechanical Aortic Valve Prosthesis Using A Slow Intravenous Tenecteplase Infusion
Author: Amir Mohamed, Aiman Alruwaih, Nael Al-sarraf, Medhat Soliman, Mohammad Albanna, Fahad Al-shammari
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
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 We describe a successful treatment of a young man presented with a thrombosed prosthetic aortic valve using a slow intravenous infusion of Tenecteplase without any bolus dose in a newly described dose regimen for aortic valve position and with a complete resolution of the thrombus and regaining the full mobility of both valve leaflets within 48 hours.

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