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urokinase-injection, Abbokinase

GENERIC NAME: UROKINASE - INJECTION (you-row-KYE-naze)

BRAND NAME(S): Abbokinase

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WARNING: Internal bleeding may be more difficult to control with this medication than with other anticoagulant therapy. This medication must be used in a hospital setting. It should be started as soon as possible after lung blood clots have been noticed (pulmonary embolism), preferably within 7 days. Urokinase should be given within 6 hours of the first symptoms of a heart attack associated with evolving myocardial infarction.




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