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Kenadion Injection (Phytomenadione)

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Kenadion Injection is a fat-soluble form of vitamin K used to prevent and control bleeding associated with low blood levels of prothrombin or factor VII.

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Kenadion 1mg Injection 0.5 Ml (Phytomenadione 1mg)

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Introduction of Kenadion Injection (Phytomenadione)

Kenadion Injection is a fat-soluble form of vitamin K used to prevent and control bleeding associated with low blood levels of prothrombin or factor VII. It is also used to treat patients at risk of bleeding during anticoagulant therapy. This vitamin acts as a nutritional supplement in patients with vitamin K deficiency (too little vitamin K in the body).

Uses of Kenadion Injection (Phytomenadione)

  • • Lowering blood prothrombin

Kenadion Injection is used to prevent and control bleeding associated with low prothrombin levels in the blood.

• Prothrombin deficiency due to anticoagulants

Kenadion injection is used to treat patients at risk of bleeding during anticoagulant therapy.

  • • Bleeding diseases

Kenadion Injection is used for the prevention and treatment of bleeding diseases in infants.

  • • Vitamin K deficiency

Kenadion Injection is used for patients with vitamin K deficiency (too little vitamin K in the body).

Side Effects of Kenadion Injection (Phytomenadione)

  • • Shortness of breath
  • • Muscle stiffness
  • • Yellow eyes or skin
  • • Decreased appetite
  • • Dizziness, lightheadedness or fainting
  • • Chest pain or discomfort
  • • Rash
  • • Pain injection site
  • • Blushing
  • • Increased sweating

 

Interactions of Kenadion Injection (Phytomenadione)

  • Drug interactions

  • Cholestyramine
  • Dicumarol
  • Disease interactions

  • Liver and/or biliary insufficiency
  • Conditions such as liver and/or biliary failure may reduce the desired effect of Kenadion Injection. Appropriate dosage adjustment may be necessary for patients with these medical conditions.

 

FAQ's: -

How long does this medicine last?

Oral form: The effects of this drug can be observed within 6 to 10 hours of taking a dose. Injectable form: The effects of this drug can be observed within 12 to 14 hours of taking a dose.

How long does the impact of this medication endure?

Oral form: The duration of action of this drug in the organism is not clinically determined. Injectable form: The length of time this drug remains active in the body is not clinically determined.

Might this medication at any point be utilized during pregnancy?

This medicine is not recommended for pregnant women unless clearly needed. Your doctor will determine the best course of treatment after assessing your condition and weighing the risks and benefits associated with using this medicine.

Could this medication at any point be utilized while breastfeeding?

This medicine is not recommended for women who are breastfeeding, unless clearly needed. The risks and benefits should be discussed with your doctor before taking/receiving this medication.

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Strength : 1mg