Unlike injection drugs, oral drugs are often administered for long periods. Is it possible that it will cause thrombosis?

There is no fear of thrombosis because Transamin does not have action to enhance coagulation factors. When it is administered to patients who have thrombosis or in danger of developing it, such as those with cerebral thrombosis or myocardial infraction, however, caution should be exercised.


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