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anti-inhibitor coagulant complex - injection, Autoplex T

GENERIC NAME: ANTI-INHIBITOR COAGULANT COMPLEX - INJECTION (an-tee-in-HIB-eh-turr ko-AGG-you-lunt KOM-plex)

BRAND NAME(S): Autoplex T

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USES: This medication is used to treat patients with certain blood-clotting conditions (hemophilia with inhibitors) before surgery or during an attack of bleeding. People with these blood-clotting conditions have certain abnormal substances (inhibitors) that make it hard for blood to thicken (clot). Therefore, these people may bleed longer after surgery/injury or may bleed suddenly (often in the joints/muscles). This medication stops these inhibitors and allows the blood to clot so that you can stop bleeding. This medication also contains several different substances (factors) needed for the blood to clot.This medication should not be used to treat other types of factor deficiencies (e.g., factors II, VII, VIII, IX, X).




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