tPA to avoid intracranial haemorrhage?

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Okay, so, since this is a clot in the brain. I am assuming we don't want to use tPA to avoid intracranial haemorrhage.
 

Gray

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Take a look at what medications he is on. And what makes you think it is a clot.
 

Gray

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That would take too long to work. What is the fastest way to dilute his serum of the anti-coagulant?
 

Gray

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Okay, so C is too extreme for now. I doubt he has got a parasite. So not D. It could be A, B or E.
 

Gray

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Erythromycin. Why? LOL. So, we are left with D and E, if I remember correctly, Omeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor.
 
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