Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
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0.4ml Injection in Pre Filled Syringe
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Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml is an injection given to prevent blood clots. The composition of this injection contains enoxaparin, which is an anticoagulant.
Uses of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
The uses of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml are to prevent blood clots after surgery of the leg, hips, etc. (Deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis), thinning of blood, angina or chest pain, risk of a recurring heart attack
Contraindications of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
- Allergic to the medicine
- High blood pressure
- Major bleeding
- Decreased number of platelets in the recent past
Side effects of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
- Bleeding (gum bleeds, nose bleeds, and blood in cough or vomit)
- Easy bruising
- Increase in the level of liver enzymes
- Black or tarry stool
- Rashes and other signs of allergic reactions
Precautions and Warnings of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
Can I get Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml during pregnancy?
The medicine is to be injected in a pregnant woman only if the doctor prescribes it.
Can I get the medicine while breastfeeding?
This medicine can pass into the milk and may result in side effects to the infant. It depends upon the doctor to weigh the benefits and the possible side effects before prescribing it to a breastfeeding mother.
Can I drive if I have got the medicine?
The injection has no side effects which can compromise driving.
Can I consume alcohol with Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml?
There is no known interaction of the medicine with the consumption of alcohol.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You have severe liver or kidney conditions
- You have endocarditis, which is an infection of the inner lining of the heart
Mode of Action of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
How Does It Work?
The medicine works as a blood thinner. It prevents the existing blood clots from growing in size and stops the formation of new clots.
Directions for Use of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
The injection is advised to be administered by a medical professional or under the supervision of the doctor. The area of injection should be cleaned before injecting.
Interactions of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
Interactions with other medicines
- The injection is advised not to be coupled with any other anticoagulants to avoid unusual and profuse bleeding
- Ibuprofen is not recommended along with an injection of the medicine
Interactions with food items
Food products which act as natural anticoagulants like garlic, ginger, etc., should be avoided while using the medication.
Other general Interactions
- Individuals who have a recent history of depleting platelet count are advised to mention the issue to the doctor before getting injected
- People who have diabetes and affecting eye condition (diabetic retinopathy) are recommended to bring the complication to light before getting the injection
Storage and disposal of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
Keep Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Dosage of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml
An overdose of the medicine can be a severe condition and requires emergency medical assistance. The individual suspected of an overdose can experience excessive bleeding from their gums, nose, or even anus. The bleeding can also be internal.
Missed a Dose
If you miss a dose of Enoxion 40mg Inj 0.4ml, take it as soon as you remember. Taking an increased amount of medicine for compensating the missed dosage is not advised.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What are the complications associated with spinal puncture while taking the medicine?
A: Taking an injection of the medicine can result in a clot formation at or around the spine for those who are suffering from spinal puncture or epidural anaesthesia. This can result in paralysis.
Q: How long do the effects of the injection last?
A: The effects of an the medicine injection can last up to 12 hours.
Q: Is it safe to take aspirin along with the medicine?
A: Taking a considerable amount of aspirin with the medicine injections can result in unusual bleeding. A dose adjustment may be required.
Q: Can a person get vaccine shots along with the medicine?
A: It is probably safe to get vaccinated while getting injected with the medicine. However, it is advised to consult with a doctor before the vaccination.
Q: What is the normal duration of an the medicine prescription?
A: The prescription can last anywhere between 5 to 14 days. If there is no progress in the condition in 14 days, the medicine is advised to be discontinued and consulted with a doctor.
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Last Updated on: 15 Aug 2020 | 06:57 PM (IST)
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