Thrombolysis in Submassive Pulmonary Embolism

Which patients with submassive embolism would benefit from thrombolysis, and which patients require only anticoagulant therapy? The answer lies in finding the balance between the potential benefit of thrombolytic therapy — preventing death or hemodynamic collapse — and the numerically low but potentially catastrophic risk of intracranial bleeding.

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