Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
By ZUVENTUS HEALTH CARE LTD
0.4ml Pre Filled Syringe
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Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml contains enoxaparin, which is a blood thinner and is used for keeping the blood from forming clots.
Uses of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
This medicine is used as a blood thinner to treat and prevent harmful blood clots. It is used with other medications for preventing issues caused by heart attack or unstable chest pain.
Contraindications of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
- Allergic reactions to this medicine
- High blood pressure
- Major bleeding issues
Side effects of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
- The common side effect of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml include gum bleeds, nose bleeds, black or tarry stool, blood in cough and vomit, skin rash, pain at site of injection, headache, stomach pain, bruising and hair lossread less
- The serious side effects of the medicine include numbness in the face, arms or legs and increased levels of liver enzymes
Precautions and Warnings of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
Can I use this medicine during pregnancy?
The medicine can be used during pregnancy only after consultation with the physician as limited safety data is available.
Can I use this medicine while breastfeeding?
A very little amount of this medicine passes into the breast milk; therefore, this medicine can be used while nursing.
Can I drive after administration of this medicine?
Yes. This medicine is not known to affect your driving ability.
Can I consume alcohol while using this medicine?
There are no known interactions of this medicine with alcohol.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
You have an allergic reaction to heparin, endocarditis, history of gastric ulcer, recent stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes or diabetic retinopathy, liver or kidney disorder, high potassium levels.
Mode of Action of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
How Does It Work?
The composition of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml acts by preventing the formation of new blood clots and stopping the existing ones from increasing in size.
Directions for Use of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
The dosage of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml is generally administered by a doctor or nurse. In case of self-administration, the instructions given by the doctor should be correctly followed.
Interactions of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
Interactions with other medicines
Interactions with food items
You should avoid certain foods such as garlic, ginger and ginkgo, which have blood-thinning effects and may interact with this medicine.
Storage and disposal of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
This medicine should be stored below 25⁰C and ensure it does not get frozen. The instructions on the label should be followed.
Dosage of Enoxarin 40mg Inj 0.4ml
In case of an overdose, you should consult your doctor immediately. The symptoms include excessive bleeding through internal organs such as gums, nose and anus.
Missed a Dose
If you have missed a dose, you should administer it as soon as you remember it. You should not take a double dose to make up for the missed dose. You should skip the dose if it is time for the next one and continue with the regular dosage.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What are the ideal storage conditions for this medicine?
A: The medicine should be stored below room temperature and ensure it does not get frozen. You should keep it away from children and pets. You should not use it after the expiry date.
Q: When and how should I use this medicine?
A: The injection is administered by a doctor or a nurse. In case of self-administration, the instructions should be followed correctly. It is generally given subcutaneously. You should discard any unused medicine.
Q: What are the precautions to be taken prior to treatment with this medicine?
- The doctor should be informed about any allergy to heparin, benzyl alcohol or pork products. You should also inform if you recently have had reduced platelet count (100 days before treatment).
Q: What are the other things to keep in mind while using this medicine?
A: You may have a blood test prior to treatment and in intervals during the treatment to check the platelet count and potassium levels in the blood.
Q: What are the things to discuss with the doctor while using this medicine?
A: The doctor should be informed about the entire medical and surgical history. He should be informed on all the past and ongoing medications, including herbal and natural supplements. He should also be informed on any excessive bleeding disorders or injuries in the recent past.
Last Updated on: 15 Aug 2020 | 03:45 PM (IST)
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