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What effect does enoxaparin sodium have

  Enoxaparin sodium is a low molecular weight heparin that has been chemically cleased and eliminated by the parent heparin via phenylated beta. Its mechanism of action is through binding with the antithrombin III (at-iii) to catalyze the inactivation of coagulation factors IIa, Xa, IXa, XIa and XIIa. Among them, enoxaparin plays an anticoagulant role mainly by inhibiting Xa.

  Enoxaparin sodium still has a lot of effects, and enoxaparin sodium indications are not a few, usually used in the prevention and treatment of blood diseases, but in vitro fertilization technology is often seen in the field of this drug.