Material and Methods
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- Earnshaw J.J.
- Bastos Gonçalves F.
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- •The current prognosis and its relation with the commonly used Rutherford classification.
- •The optimal treatment strategy
- •The optimal thrombolytic dose or agent in case of thrombolysis.
- •Current prognosis.
- •And most importantly, a benchmark to compare future therapies with.
Material and Methods
Inclusion and exclusion criteria
Eligibility and informed consent
Endpoints of the study
First visit (day of diagnosis of ALI)
Second visit (early phase–day 1 ± 5)
Third visit (intermediate phase–day 30 ± 5)
Final visit (follow-up visit–day 90 ± 5)
Rationale for recorded parameters
Data collection and statistics
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