Actilyse Cathflo

Actilyse Cathflo is used to clear catheters which are blocked by blood clots. Actilyse Cathflo can cause bleeding.

Actilyse Cathflo Overview

Reviewed: January 15, 2015

Actilyse Cathflo is a prescription medication used to clear catheters which are blocked by blood clots.

The active ingredient in Actilyse Cathflo is alteplase which belongs to a group of drugs called thrombolytics. These dissolve blood clots quickly to help restart blood flow to the heart and helps prevent damage to the heart muscle.

This medication is available as a powder to be reconstituted and is to be given directly into a catheter by a healthcare professional.

A common side effect of Actilyse Cathflo is bleeding.


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