Akovaz raises low blood pressure, in the case when blood pressure drops due to anesthesia, in surgery.

Akovaz Overview

Reviewed: May 5, 2016

Akovaz is a prescription medication used to raise blood pressure, when blood pressure drops due to anesthesia, in surgical settings. 

Akovaz belongs to a group of drugs called pressors. These work to stimulates certain responses in the body to increase blood pressure. 

This medication is available as an injection and is injected by a health care professional. 

Common side effects include nausea, difficulty sleeping, and headache. 

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