Enoxaparin sodium is commonly used clinically, also known as heparin
sodium, adheparin sodium, heparin sodium salt. Enoxaparin sodium is a discolored
or white-like powder that has no taste, dissolves easily in water, and needs to
be kept in a dry place. Enoxaparin sodium is commonly used clinically to prevent
venous thrombosis, clotting and pulmonary embolism after surgery. Enoxaparin
sodium can be used with aspirin to treat unstable angina and non-Q-wave
myocardial infarction. So let's look at the main role of enoxaparin sodium.
The effect of enoxaparin sodium. Enoxaparin sodium is not a fetal medicine, but a blood clot prevention drug. Many surgical procedures can lead to blood clots, which can be life-threatening. Enoxaparin prevents venous thrombosis and can also treat deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism. Enoxaparin sodium can also be used with aspirin to treat unstable angina and non-Q wave myocardial infarction, as well as to prevent blood clotting during hemodialysis. Enoxaparin sodium is an adult drug that is administered intravenously and then subcutaneously.
Precautions for enoxaparin sodium. The adverse reactions caused by enoxaparin sodium mainly include thrombocytopenia, and the occasional abnormal phenomenon of amino transferase or alkaline phosphatase appears, but rarely. Rare adverse reactions include abnormal liver function and local ecchymosis. Patients who are allergic to enoxaparin sodium should not take the drug. Contraindications to enoxaparin sodium include acute bacterial endocarditis, abnormal coagulation function, platelet deficiency, intestinal ulcer, gastric ulcer, etc.
The function and precautions of enoxaparin sodium were introduced by Jiulong Pharmaceutical. Enoxaparin sodium is not a fetal medicine and is clinically used to prevent and treat thrombosis. Thrombus is very easy to happen after surgery, which poses a serious threat to the patient's life, so it needs timely treatment.