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What happens if I overdose on argatroban?

Healthcare providers will give you argatroban through an intravenous (IV) line, so the chances of overdose are low. The major problem with overdosing on argatroban is excessive bleeding. Your healthcare provider will be monitoring you closely and treatments will be given to control the bleeding.

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