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Cyanokit (hydroxocobalamin injection) is a prescription drug that is an antidote for cyanide toxicity. Side effects include:

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Terms related to hydroxocobalamin-injectable:

  • Alpharedisol
  • Cyanokit
  • Hydroxomin