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TNKase intravenous


Who should not take TNKase intravenous?

Check with your physician if you have any of the following:


Retinal Hemorrhage, Severe Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure, Acute Inflammation of the Covering of the Heart, Subacute Infection of Heart Valve, Stroke, Balloon-Like Swelling in the Wall of an Artery, Blood Clot in Vein with Septic Infection, Hemorrhage, Severe Liver Disease, Bleeding from the Genitourinary System, Malformed Blood Vessels, Recent Operation, Lesion of Brain, Injury, Obstructing Clot of Cholesterol due to Thrombolytic Drug, Blood Clotting Disorder, Blood Disorder



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