Category

Archives

Thrombin

Dabigatran reduces thrombin-induced platelet aggregation and activation in a dose-dependent manner

0 views | Dec 25 2018

Vinholt PJ et al. indicated that dabigatran exclusively inhibits thrombin-induced platelet activation and aggregation with a dose-dependent response. Platelet stimulation with other agonists was not affected by dabigatran. [Read the Full Post]

Dabigatran reduces thrombin-induced platelet aggregation and activation in a dose-dependent manner

505 views | Feb 18 2018

Vinholt PJ et al. found dabigatran exclusively inhibits thrombin-induced platelet activation and aggregation with a dose-dependent response. [Read the Full Post]

Reversal of dabigatran effects in models of thrombin generation and hemostasis by factor VIIa and prothrombin complex concentrate

0 views | Jun 06 2017

Hoffman M et al. found that a cell-based model reflects the effects on thrombin generation of clinically relevant levels of FVIIa and PCC in the presence of dabigatran. [Read the Full Post]

Reversal of Dabigatran Effects in Models of Thrombin Generation and Hemostasis by Factor VIIa and Prothrombin Complex Concentrate

0 views | Mar 25 2017

Hoffman M et al suggested that a cell-based model reflects the effects on thrombin generation of clinically relevant levels of FVIIa and PCC in the presence of dabigatran. Enhancing the rate of thrombin generation and peak thrombin level appear to correlate best with hemostasis in vivo. The ineffectiveness of FVIIa at supratherapeutic dabigatran levels may explain conflicting reports of its efficacy in dabigatran reversal. [Read the Full Post]

Solitary inhibition of the breast cancer resistance protein (BCRP) efflux transporter results in a clinically significant drug-drug interaction with rosuvastatin by causing up to a two-fold increase in statin exposure

1870 views | Feb 25 2017

Elsby R, et al.'s result shows that solitary inhibition of the intestinal BCRP transporter can result in clinically significant DDIs with rosuvastatin, causing up to a maximum 2-fold increase in exposure, which may warrant statin dose adjustment in clinical practice [Read the Full Post]

Reversal of dabigatran effects in models of thrombin generation and hemostasis by factor VIIa and prothrombin complex concentrate

1972 views | Jan 30 2017

The ineffectiveness of FVIIa at supratherapeutic dabigatran levels may explain conflicting reports of its efficacy in dabigatran reversal. [Read the Full Post]

Solitary Inhibition of the Breast Cancer Resistance Protein Efflux Transporter Results in a Clinically Significant Drug-Drug Interaction with Rosuvastatin by Causing up to a 2-Fold Increase in Statin Exposure

987 views | Jan 13 2017

Elsby R et al. found that solitary inhibition of the intestinal BCRP transporter can result in clinically significant DDIs with rosuvastatin, causing up to a maximum 2-fold increase in exposure, which may warrant statin dose adjustment in clinical practice. [Read the Full Post]