HAEMOCOAGULASE

Haemocoagulase is an enzyme that is synthesized from viper venom known as batroxobin. It acts on fibrinogen to form a fibrin complex that later transforms into a fibrin clot.

Haemocoagulase is used to treat primary and secondary and postoperative internal and external haemorrhage.

Haemocoagulase should not be given to people with venous or arterial thrombosis, or those with a history of hypersensitivity.

Haemocoagulase is generally well tolerated except for some sensitivity reactions that may occur.

Precautions

Do not use the haemocoagulase if it is colored. Avoid using in children.

 

Interactions

There are no known interactions.

If you think you may have overdosed, seek medical treatment immediately.

 

Available Brand:

  • Botropase

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