Enclex Injection is a blood thinner medicine containing Enoxaparin as its active ingredient. It is used to prevent blood clots and for patients suffering from angina. It is also used as a precautionary medicine for patients who have undergone surgeries. It works by preventing blood clot formation and also prevents blockages in the blood vessels of the body. This medicine will be given in the hospital by your doctor or nurse as an injection. Do not self-inject this medicine. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding and about all the medicines and supplements you take and all the conditions or diseases you suffer from before starting this medicine. You should also inform your doctor if you are going for any surgery or operation or any procedure which involves epidural or spinal anaesthesia. As it can lead to the formation of clots in or around your spinal cord and can cause paralysis....
Q: How long does it take for Enclex Injection to start showing its effect?
A: Clexane usually begins showing its effect within 1-2 hours and it stays in the body for about 12 hours.
Q: Can Enclex Injection dosage be altered according to requirements?
A: No, Enclex Injection dosage should be exactly as prescribed by the doctor.
Q: What does Enclex Injection contain?
A: Enclex Injection composition is mainly enoxaparin.
Q: What are some common reasons why Enclex Injection is prescribed?
A: Enclex Injection is mainly prescribed for deep vein thrombosis, angina and as a post-surgery precautionary step.
Q: Are there any substitutes for Enclex Injection?
A: Yes, there are many substitutes in the market. However, please note that all these substitutes have the same medicine composition and thus should be administered with the same set of precautions.