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What are the effects of enoxaparin sodium

  Enoxaparin sodium is an anticoagulant drug, mainly by acting on the corresponding coagulation factors, thereby playing an anticoagulant, the role of preventing thrombosis.

  The drug's maximum effect is 3-5 hours when injected subcutaneously and lasts for up to 24 hours. Enoxaparin sodium is mainly used to prevent the formation of venous thrombosis after plastic surgery and general surgery, but also can be used in hemodialysis during extracorporeal circulation clotting.

  In addition, it can be used to prevent the formation of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, and can also be used to treat the deep vein thrombosis.

  As this drug is an anticoagulant, we must pay close attention to whether the patient has any adverse reactions of bleeding. Once there is any adverse reactions or bleeding tendency, the patient should stop taking the drug immediately and go to the hospital for treatment by the doctor.

  In conclusion, enoxaparin sodium is an anticoagulant, mainly used to prevent the formation of thrombosis and to treat thrombosis.