Acd-a

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is a drug with NDC code of 0942-0641. The active ingredient(s) include anticoagulant citrate dextrose solution formula a. It is available as solutionintravenous. It is manufactured and or marketed by fenwal inc., dextrose monohydratesodium citrateanhydrous citric acidacidifying activity (mechanism of action), calculi dissolution agent. The pharmaceutical class or actions include anti-coagulant. The pharmaceutical class or actions include decreased coagulation factor activitycalcium chelating activity (mechanism of action), acidifying activity (mechanism of action), calculi dissolution agent. The pharmaceutical class or actions include anti-coagulant. The pharmaceutical class or actions include decreased coagulation factor activitycalcium chelating activity.

 

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