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What does enoxaparin sodium do?

  Enoxaparin sodium is a low-molecular-weight heparin that is chemically lysed after elimination of the parent heparin via phenyl ester -its mechanism of action is to catalyze the inactivation of coagulation factors IIa, Xa(anticoagulant factor), IXa, XIa, and XIIa by binding with antithrombin III(AT-III), among which, it mainly exerts anticoagulation effect by inhibiting Xa.

  The role of enoxaparin sodium is not a few, and enoxaparin sodium indications are not a few, usually used for the prevention and treatment of blood diseases, but in the field of ivf is often seen in the drug.

  The specific effects of enoxaparin sodium are as follows:

  1 Enoxaparin sodium is good at preventing venous thromboembolic diseases, especially for thromboembolism caused by surgical operation;

What does enoxaparin sodium do?

  2. It can treat acute deep vein thrombosis, and has obvious therapeutic effect on deep vein embolism with or without pulmonary embolism;

  3. After hemodialysis or hemofiltration, enoxaparin sodium injection can effectively prevent thrombosis, promote blood circulation and prevent blood clotting;

  4. Habitual abortion can be treated because lupus antibody positive is attracted;

  5. When used with enteric-coated aspirin, it can treat unstable angina pectoris and non-Q-wave myocardial infarction;

  6. If used after ivf embryo transfer, it has a very favorable factor for embryo implantation, and is one of the fetal protection drugs commonly used by doctors.