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how about the place of tranxenamic acid in this algorithm,
We’re doing a whole podcast on TXA in the next few weeks, but in GB it costs a few quid, in my hospital $100 per gram ($200 per patient). Have no idea why we are getting reamed on this generic drug in the US.
I work in a small critical access hospital. We have a few units of PRBC’s… maybe a unit or 2 of FFP. I know PCC lacks several coat factors and fibrinogen, but in a kitchen sink trauma (or massive GI bleed) scenario, do you think there would be any utility in trying something like Kcentra?