What kinds of diseases are the main targets of Transamin?

Transamin is effective for systemic diseases and diseases possibly associated with the accentuation of local fibrinolysis.

Typical diseases or conditions which possibly enhance fibrinolysis

Transient accentuation of fibrinolysis

Injection of adrenalin, pyrogenic substances, stress, transfusion-associated shock, and surgery of the uterus, lung, pancreas, or prostate gland

Persistent accentuation of fibrinolysis

Liver cirrhosis, leukemia, aplastic anemia, thrombocytopenia, idiopathic renal hemorrhage, prostate cancer, prostatic hypertroph, systemic metastasis of cancer, pancreatic diseases, thyroid diseases, pneumonia, pulmonary suppuration, lung tumor, burn injury, and allergic reaction

Secondary accentuation of fibrinolysis

Early separation of the placenta, dead fetus in uterus, amniotic fluid embolism, acute promyelocytic leukemia, systemic metastasis of stomach cancer, purpura fulminans, thrombolytic purpura, and disseminated intravascular coagulation syndrome (DIC)


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