It’s Dangerous To Mix Drugs With Blood Clotting Drugs?
Good afternoon doctor, I want to ask if the drug injection recofol and tranexamic acid combined will cause what effect huh? The rest of the recofol in the syringe is then put into tranexamic acid. Are there dangerous drug interactions? thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The anesthetic you mentioned contains propofol and serves to calm and decrease the level of patient awareness during actions such as surgery. This drug is not a painkiller or pain medication, and must be used appropriately by the anesthetist and monitored continuously to avoid undesirable side effects.
While tranexamic acid is a drug used to reduce or stop the bleeding that takes place in the body. Normally, after the bleeding occurs, the body will try to coagulate blood so that the bleeding stops. But for one reason or another, these blood clots can easily break down and cause ongoing bleeding. Tranexamic acid works by inhibiting the process of destruction of these blood clots, usually in women who bleed heavily in their menstrual cycles, hemophiliac patients, bleeding in the eyes, and nosebleeds that do not stop. This medicine is a prescription drug, and should only be used by prescription from a doctor.
Regarding your question, so far from various sources we found no interaction between propofol and tranexamic acid, and it shows that mixing it should not have a bad effect. Even so, it is far better to always use a syringe or syringe that is new or sterile for each injection to avoid the risk of contamination, and to avoid the risk of events outside the theory of literature in dealing with patients. So, hopefully answering your question.