albumin-injection, Albumin, Albuminar, Buminate, Plasbumin


BRAND NAME(S): Albumin, Albuminar, Buminate, Plasbumin

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USES: Albumin is the protein portion of the blood. It is important in maintaining blood volume. It is used in the treatment of shock, burns or low blood protein to temporarily correct or prevent a blood volume deficiency.

HOW TO USE: This medication is administered by injection into a vein. The dose and frequency of use of this medication will be determined by your condition and response to therapy. Follow your doctor's instructions closely and be sure to ask any questions you may have about this therapy.

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