Don't Be Surprised to See Nebulized or Topical Tranexamic Acid Orders

You'll see tranexamic acid administered in new ways.

We know this "antifibrinolytic" is often given IV...to help stop bleeding in surgeries, trauma, etc.

And oral forms are used to decrease heavy menstrual bleeding.

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