Rationale and design of the PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-3 (POISE-3): a randomized controlled trial evaluating tranexamic acid and a strategy to minimize hypotension in noncardiac surgery

Maura Marcucci*, Thomas W. Painter, David Conen, Kate Leslie, Vladimir V. Lomivorotov, Daniel Sessler, Matthew T.V. Chan, Flavia K. Borges, Maria J. Martínez Zapata, C. Y. Wang, Denis Xavier, Sandra N. Ofori, Giovanni Landoni, Sergey Efremov, Ydo V. Kleinlugtenbelt, Wojciech Szczeklik, Denis Schmartz, Amit X. Garg, Timothy G. Short, Maria WittmannChristian S. Meyhoff, Mohammed Amir, David Torres, Ameen Patel, Emmanuelle Duceppe, Kurtz Ruetzler, Joel L. Parlow, Vikas Tandon, Michael K. Wang, Edith Fleischmann, Carisi A. Polanczyk, Raja Jayaram, Sergey V. Astrakov, Mangala Rao, Tomas VanHelder, William K.K. Wu, Chao Chia Cheong, Sabry Ayad, Marat Abubakirov, Mikhail Kirov, Keyur Bhatt, Miriam de Nadal, Valery Likhvantsev, Pilar Paniagua Iglesisas, Hector J. Aguado, Michael McGillion, Andre Lamy, Richard P. Whitlock, Pavel Roshanov, David Stillo, Ingrid Copland, Jessica Vincent, Kumar Balasubramanian, Shrikant I. Bangdiwala, Bruce Biccard, Andrea Kurz, Sadeesh Srinathan, Shirley Petit, John Eikelboom, Toby Richards, Peter L. Gross, Pascal Alfonsi, Gordon Guyatt, Emily Belley-Cote, Jessica Spence, William McIntyre, Salim Yusuf, P. J. Devereaux

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