Enoxaparin sodium, western medicine name. The common dosage form is injectable. It's an anticoagulant. Can be used to prevent venous embolism disease, especially with some operations related embolism; It is also used for cardiopulmonary bypass in hemodialysis to prevent thrombosis.
Indications of enoxaparin sodium:
1. Prevention of venous thromboembolism (prevention of venous thromboembolism), especially those related to surgery.
2. Extracorporeal circulation for hemodialysis to prevent thrombosis.
3. Treat deep vein thrombosis.
4. Concomitant use of aspirin in the treatment of acute unstable angina pectoris and non-Q wave myocardial infarction.
Adverse reactions of enoxaparin sodium:
Like other drugs, this product will produce varying degrees of adverse reactions.
(1) Bleeding: This reaction can be produced by using any anticoagulant. When this happens, the doctor should be notified immediately.
(2) Petechiae and ecchymosis appeared at some injection sites.
(3) local or systemic allergic reaction.
(4) thrombocytopenia (abnormal decrease in platelet count): the doctor should be notified immediately.
(5) Rare severe rash at injection site: Consult your doctor.
(6) There may be a tendency to osteoporosis (bone brittleness caused by bone demineralization) after several months of treatment with this product.
(7) Improve the level of certain enzymes (transaminases) in the blood.
2. Intraspinal hematoma is rarely reported when low molecular weight heparin is used during subarachnoid/epidural anesthesia.
3. Consult your doctor or pharmacist immediately if you have any adverse reactions.