Transamin Drug Interactions

tranexamic acid




Zuellig Pharma
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Drug Interactions
Contraindications for Co-Administration: Transamin should not be co-administered with thrombin. Co-administration may cause a thrombosis tendency. It increases the tendency towards thrombosis due to the thrombogenic property of Transamin.
Precautions for Co-Administration: Transamin should be administered with care when co-administered with the following drugs.
Hemocoagulase: Co-administration at high doses may cause a thrombosis tendency. Due to the antiplasmin action of Transamin, fibrin clots formed by hemocoagulase may persist in the blood stream for a relatively long period of time, which may result in a prolonged thrombotic state.
Batroxobin: Co-administration may cause thromboembolism. Transamin inhibits the decomposition of desA fibrin polymer produced by batroxobin.
Coagulation Factor Agents (Eptacog-α): Coagulation may be further activated at sites with enhanced local fibrinolysis eg, the oral cavity. Coagulation factors exert hemostatic actions by activating the coagulation system, where as tranexamic acid exerts hemostatic actions by inhibiting the fibrinolytic system.
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