Four US veterinary colleges are testing whether tranexamic acid can halt traumatic bleeding in dogs, and military working dogs would be prime beneficiaries if it succeeds. The drug was shown to reduce all-cause mortality in humans with severe hemorrhaging and is given in the field to human service members with traumatic bleeding, but it can cause life-threatening blood clots.
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