Is topical tranexamic acid a better alternative for selected cases of anterior epistaxis management in the ED?

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Abstract

Epistaxis is a well-known problem that is mostly self-limited. In certain cases it requires packing or cauterization. Tranexamic acid has been tried and has shown promising results. Here we report a case of prolonged epistaxis in a patient on dual anti-platelet agent therapy.

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