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How do I take argatroban?

Argatroban comes in a vial as a concentrated solution. Your doctor or other healthcare provider will dilute the argatroban with sterile salt solution or sterile sugar solution. He or she will then infuse the appropriate dosage of argatroban into your veins through an intravenous (IV) line.

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