All the Active Ingredient Drugs
Anticoagulant. Heparin Sodium 10 IU/ml, 100 IU/ml. SINGLE DOSE VIAL: 10 IU/ml; 100 IU/ml x
20 x 10 ml. See lit.
Maint. potency I.V. device. May be used
foll. initial placement of device in vein or
aft. withdrawal of blood lab. analysis.
C/I: Hypersens., severe
thrombocytopen., uncontrolled active
bleed. See lit.
Anticoagulant. Heparin Sodium 25000 IU / 5 ml. VIAL (Sol. for inj./infus.): 1×25000IU/5ml.
Dosage must be individ. adjust.
Prevent. of thromboembol. disord. As part of the tmt. of ven. and arter. thromboembol. disord. (includ. early tmt. of heart attacks as well as unst. angina. pect.). For the anticoagulant. in case of tmt. or operation with extracorporeal circul. (e.g.heart-lung machine, hemodialysis).
C/I: Hypersens. Current/ prev. hist. of heparin-induced allergic thrombocytop. (type 2). Disorders assoc. with a bleed. diathesis, e.g. thrombocytop., coagulopathies, sev. hep./renal/pancreat. disord. Disord. in which there is a suspect. lesion of the vascul. syst., e.g. GI ulc., hypertens. (>105 mm Hg diastolic), cereb. haemorrhage, traum. or surg. operat. involve. the CNS, eye operat., retinopathies, vitreous haemorrhage, aneurysm of the cereb. arteries, infect. endocarditis. Threatened miscarriage - Spinal anaesthesia, epid. anaesthesia, lumb. punct. - Organ lesions assoc. with a bleed. tendency. Use in preterm/newborns dueto benzyl alcohol content.