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Blood clots are tightly bound together in a fibrous mesh called fibrin. Fibrin blocks the flow of thrombolytic drugs, requiring a higher drug dose to be effective.
Our acoustic pulse field unwinds and thins fibrin to expose receptor sites.
More drug reaches the entire clot, accelerating absorption.
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