Trombosis asociada a asparaginasa en niños con leucemia linfoblástica aguda.

Asparaginase-related thrombosis in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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Carolina Casas
Gloria Ramos
Óscar Eduardo González
Federico Arroyave

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La asparaginasa es un medicamento fundamental en el tratamiento contra la leucemia linfoblástica aguda. Su uso se asocia a disminución en la síntesis de proteínas que intervienen en el proceso de coagulación y fibrinolisis, lo que conlleva complicaciones trombóticas. La ocurrencia de estos eventos se ha informado después del inicio del tratamiento, reflejando así una posible interacción entre la enfermedad y la terapia.

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Carolina Casas, Hospital Infantil Napoleón Franco Pareja

Médica especialista en hematooncología pediátrica. Hospital Infantil Napoleón Franco Pareja (Cartagena).

Gloria Ramos, Hospital Militar Central

Bacterióloga especialista en hemostasia. Hospital Militar Central. Laboratorio de Referencia en Hemostasia y Hematología H&H Lab (Bogotá).

Óscar Eduardo González, Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá

Médico especialista en hematooncología pediátrica. Fundación Santa Fe. Hospital Central de la Policía Nacional (Bogotá).

Federico Arroyave, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada

Médico especialista en hematooncología pediátrica. Universidad Militar Nueva Granada (Bogotá).

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