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lepirudin intravenous


Who should not take lepirudin intravenous?

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


Injury of the Brain and Spinal Cord, Puncture of Artery that Cannot Have Pressure Exerted On It, Severe Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure, Subacute Infection of Heart Valve, Stroke, Balloon-Like Swelling of an Artery of the Brain, Balloon-Like Swelling in the Wall of an Artery, Hemorrhage, Surgical Procedure in the Chest Region, Stomach Ulcer, Liver Problems, Severe Bleeding of Stomach or Intestines in Last 10 Days, Kidney Disease, Malformed Blood Vessels, Recent Operation, Retinal Changes of Eye with Hemorrhage in Diabetic Patient, Operation on the Nervous System, Blood Clotting Disorder, Blood Clotting Disorder that is Not Under Control



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