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    Burton E. Sobel,Desire Collen
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Sobel BE, Collen D, ed Coronary Thrombolysis in Perspective. Principles Underlying Conjunctive and Adjunctive Therapy. Sobel BE, Hirsh J. Principles and practice of coronary thrombolysis and conjunctive treatment. Am J Cardiol 1991;68:382–388. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1993. 5. Sobel BE, Nachowiak DA, Fry ETA, Bergmann SR, Torr SR. Paradoxical attenuation of fibrinolysis attributable to plasminogen steal and its implications for coronary thrombolysis. Coron Artery Dis 1990;1:111–119.

Coronary Thrombosis in Perspective

Coronary Thrombosis in Perspective. Principles Underlying Conjunctive and Adjunctive Therapy (Fundamental and Clinical Cardiology, Vol 16). by Burton E. Sobel. Published August 23, 1993 by Marcel Dekker.

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This work clinically reviews advances in coronary thrombolysis and offers practical information for the optimal implementation of conjunctive and adjunctive measures needed when coronary thrombolysis is performed. It presents results of the GUSTO trial and discusses anticoagulants under development, including direct acting thrombins, inhibitors of coagulation factor X and tissue factor, and antiplatelet drugs. Illustrating methods and techniques that induce patency of thrombotically occluded coronary arteries, this work: introduces the concept of conjunctive therapy and differentiates it from adjunctive therapy; assesses the advantages and disadvantages of specific fibrinolytic agents for use in particular clinical circumstances; clarifies mechanisms underlying atherogenesis, coronary thrombosis and acute coronary syndromes; identifies the clinical considerations that must be addressed if coronary thrombosis is to be optimally effective; shows how fibrinolytic agents act as procoagulants; describes the relationship between the fibrinolytic system and the activation of platelets; and provides practical protocols for the use of clot-selective and nonclot-slective drugs to treat coronary thrombosis.