Transamin

Transamin Dosage/Direction for Use

tranexamic acid

Manufacturer:

Daiichi-Sankyo

Distributor:

Zuellig Pharma
Full Prescribing Info
Dosage/Direction for Use
Oral: Adults: Usual Dose: 1-2 capsules (250 mg) 3 times a day or 1 tab (500 mg) 3-4 times a day.
Menorrhagia (Heavy Menstrual Bleeding): Adults: Recommended Dose: 4 capsules or 2 tablets (1 g) 3 times a day starting on the 1st day of period for days of heavy flow.
IV or IM: 1-2 amps/day (5-10 mL) (250-500 mg/day) in 1-2 divided doses. During or after surgery, 2-10 amps (10-50 mL) (500-2500 mg) are given by IV drip infusion, if necessary.
The dosage of Transamin should be individualized in accordance with patient's age and clinical condition.
Administration: Precautions for IV Administration: With regard to IV administration, inject Transamin slowly. (Symptoms eg, nausea, chest discomfort, palpitations and a fall in blood pressure may rarely occur.)
Precautions for IM Administration: With regard to IM injection, pay careful attention to the following points to avoid injuring tissues, nerves: Inject Transamin carefully to avoid contact with nerves.
If repeated injection is required, change the injection site (eg, alternate between the right and left arms). Special care should be observed when Transamin is administered to premature infants, newborns, suckling infants and children.
If insertion of the injection needle induces intense pain or blood flows back into the syringe, withdraw the needle immediately and perform injection at a different site.
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