What is Aminocaproic acid Intravenous
Aminocaproic acid intravenous is a drug that is used to help prevent blood clots. It works by preventing the formation of fibrin, which is a protein that is needed to form blood clots. This drug is given by injection into a vein.
Benefits of Aminocaproic acid Intravenous
and Its Uses.
Aminocaproic acid (ACA) is a medication used to decrease blood loss in people with conditions such as hemophilia and liver disease. It is also used to prevent blood clots after surgery. Aminocaproic acid is given intravenously (by injection into a vein).
Some potential benefits of using Aminocaproic acid intravenously include:
1) Reducing the amount of blood loss.
2) Helping to prevent blood clots.
3) Reducing the need for blood transfusions.
4) Helping to improve the patient’s overall health.
Side Effects and Dosage of Aminocaproic acid Intravenous
Aminocaproic acid is a synthetic antifibrinolytic agent used to control or prevent bleeding. It is a derivative of the amino acid lysine. Aminocaproic acid inhibits the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin, the enzyme that degrades fibrin clots. It is used to decrease bleeding during or after surgery, in hemophilia, and in some other conditions.
Aminocaproic acid is available as a prescription drug and also can be obtained as a dietary supplement.
Aminocaproic acid is given by injection into a vein (intravenous) or by mouth.
Intravenous: The usual adult dose is 500 mg to 1 g given every 6 to 8 hours.
The usual adult dose is 500 mg to 1 g given every 6 to 8 hours. Oral: The usual adult dose is 500 mg to 1 g taken 4 times a day