Haemocoagulase


Concise Prescribing Info
Contraindications
Venous or arterial thrombosis, history of hypersensitivity.
Special Precautions
If the soln is colored, abstain from using the preparation. It is best avoided in children.
Adverse Reactions
Generally well tolerated in recommended dosage; sensitivity reaction may occur.
Action
Description: An enzyme obtained from the venom of vipers, Bothrops species known as batroxobin. Acts on fibrinogen to produce a fibrin monomer which can be converted by thrombin into fibrin clot. Haemocoagulase is a prep containing a factor-x activator and batroxobin. Haemocoagulase is as a haemostatic used in primary and secondary and postoperative internal and external haemorrhage.
MIMS Class
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