Tranexamic Acid Tablets

Cada, Dennis J.; Levien, Terri L.; Baker, Danial E.
May 2010
Hospital Pharmacy;May2010, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p393
Academic Journal
The article provides information on Lysteda or tranexamic acid tablets from Xanodyne, indicated for the treatment of cyclic heavy menstrual bleeding. The drug is a synthetic lysine amino acid derivative antifibrinolytic and has been available over-the-counter (OTC) in Sweden for over 10 years. Also noted are the drugs' pharmacokinetics, comparative efficacy, adverse reactions, and drug interactions.


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