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n. pl. fi·bri·nol·y·ses (-sēz′)
The breakdown of fibrin, usually by the enzymatic action of plasmin.

fi′bri·no·lyt′ic (-nə-lĭt′ĭk) adj.
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a. fibrinolítico-a, rel. a la desintegración de fibrina.
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adj & n fibrinolítico
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Fibrinolytic Inhibitors. The proteases of the fibrinolytic system are all tightly controlled by inhibitors.
TAFIa is not a serine protease and has an entirely different mechanism than other fibrinolytic inhibitors [106].
Numerous methods of controlling bleeding such as thromboplastic agents; topical freezing saline; deliberate hypotension; and administration of fibrinolytic inhibitors (such as aprotinin and tranexamic acid) have been used (Bannister GC-1990).