Actilyse Vial (20Mg)

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Each Injection Vial Contains 20 Mg Of Alteplase And Each Solvent Vial Contains 20 Ml Of Sterile Water For Injection.

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1 review for Actilyse Vial (20Mg)

  1. aboubaker

    dear sir/madam
    I am asking fir actilyse 20mg and actilyse 10mg vials prices and avalianlity
    thank you very much

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello aboubaker, this is WikiKenko.

      Actilyse Vial (20mg) contains the active ingredient alteplase and belongs to a group of drugs called thrombolytics. It is used to dissolve blood clots quickly and helps restart blood flow to the heart and prevent damage to the heart muscle. It is a prescription medication used to treat conditions caused by blood clots forming within blood vessels, including heart attacks, blood clots in the arteries of the lungs (pulmonary embolism), and stroke caused by a blood clot in an artery of the brain (acute ischemic stroke).

      Prices for medications can vary depending on factors such as location and availability. To access the latest prices, kindly log in. A common side effect of this medication is bleeding. It has many serious side effects and may cause confusion, nausea, and vomiting. It is important to consult with a doctor before using this medicine.

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