Manufacturer of heparin sodium Heparin is a low molecular weight heparin sodium. It is a white or white-like powder. Almost odorless, tasteless, hygroscopic. Soluble in water and salt water, insoluble in ethanol, acetone, benzene, chloroform and ether. 1% aqueous solution pH 6.0~7.5.
Heparins Manufacturer describes its contraindications
Acute gastroduodenal ulcer and cerebral hemorrhage, tension coagulopathy, septic endocarditis, central nervous system, eye and ear injury or surgery, thrombocytopenia patients with negative platelet aggregation in vitro with heparin sodium, with partial anesthesia for acute deep venous thrombosis.
Heparins Manufacturer describes adverse reactions
Probably cause bleeding, especially in high doses. Rare subcutaneous hematoma. Thrombocytopenia, skin necrosis, allergic reactions and bleeding were rare. Transient mild to moderate reduction of liver transaminase was observed, and allergic reactions were rare.