December 1, 2015




No symptoms of overdose with CEPROTIN (protein c concentrate) have been reported.

The maximum infusion rate administered in clinical studies were doses of up to 600 IU/kg body weight (BW)/day (150 IU/kg BW every 6 hours) of CEPROTIN (protein c concentrate) . There have been no overdosages of CEPROTIN (protein c concentrate) reported during clinical studies. In long-term prophylactic treatment of doses up to 291.7 IU/kg BW/day, no adverse events were reported.



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