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How should I use Arixtra?

Arixtra is injected once daily as a subcutaneous injection. It is administered by injection at a clinic, hospital or doctor's office. A doctor or nurse will show you how to administer your injection at home, if needed. Your doctor will prescribe the dosage that is appropriate for you. Be sure to never administer more than your prescribed dosage.

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