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Coromax (0.75mg/mL) is an antithrombotic agent, prescribed for the treatment of patients with acute coronary syndrome (heart condition), and those undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (angioplasty), and stenting (placing of a cylindrical device within vessels). It prevents platelets in the blood from sticking to each other. 

Drug information on Coromax (0.75mg/mL) (Eptifibatide) from US Vitamins Limited

Coromax (0.75mg/mL)

  Injection
US Vitamins Limited
Generic : Eptifibatide
 8,148.43
0.75mg/mL
100ml
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Medical Condition(s) for which Coromax (0.75mg/mL) may be prescribed


Side effects of Coromax (0.75mg/mL)

  Allergic Reactions: Easy bruising or bleeding, pink or red-colored urine, black stool, coffee-ground vomit, one-sided weakness, vision problems, confusion, slurred speech.

  Heart: Low blood pressure.

  Blood: Reduced platelets, cerebral, GI, and lung bleeding, acute profound thrombocytopenia, fatal bleeding events.

  Local: Overall incidence of major bleeding, major bleeding.

Dosage & When it is to be taken (Indications)

Intravenous- Unstable angina(acute coronary syndrome)- Adult: 180 mcg/kg via IV injection followed by 2 mcg/kg/minute by IV infusion for up to 72 hours. If percutaneous coronary intervention is performed during therapy, infusion should be continued for 18-24 hours after procedure, up to a max total duration of 96 hours of therapy.

How to use Coromax (0.75mg/mL)?

It will be administered as an injection at a hospital.

When is Coromax (0.75mg/mL) not to be taken? (Contraindications)

Contraindicated in patients with increased risk of bleeding disorders, brain disorders, history of stroke, uncontrolled hypertension, severe injury, severe kidney impairment, recent major surgery, breastfeeding.

Warnings and Precautions for Coromax (0.75mg/mL)

Discontinue in case of serious uncontrolled bleeding, or if emergency surgery or thrombolytic (drugs are used in medicine to dissolve blood clots) therapy is required.

• Caution should be exercised in patients with liver impairment, platelet counts <100,000 mm3; bleeding in the eye, drugs affecting blood, pregnancy.

• Check aPTT [activated partial thromboplastin time or ACT(activated clotting time) prior to sheath removal during angioplasty.

• It may lead to severe kidney impairment, inflammation of blood vessels, bleeding in the eye, acute pericardial inflammation ( inflammation of the covering of the heart)or aortic dissection (splitting of the layers of the aorta leading to formation of outpouchings).

Other Precautions for Coromax (0.75mg/mL)

Monitor complete blood counts, serum creatinine levels regularly.

Storage Conditions for Coromax (0.75mg/mL)

Storage: Store at 25 °C. Store it in airtight container and keep away from children.



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