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Activase intravenous


What conditions does Activase intravenous treat?

Activase intravenous is used to treat the following:

Heart Attack, Acute Blood Clot in a Blood Vessel Supplying the Lungs, Acute Thromboembolic Stroke

Activase intravenous may also be used to treat:

Syndrome characterized by Anemia and Renal Failure, Blockage or Closing Off of Blood Vessels in Retina of Eye, Unpredictable Severe Constricting Chest Pain, Blood Clot in an Artery, Blood Clot in a Deep Vein, Blood Clot in an Artery of the Kidney, Blood Clot of Vascular Access Device

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