Lonopin 40 mg injection is an anticoagulant medicine. It is used for the prevention and treatment of the formation of blood clots within the blood vessels. It is used during and after orthopaedic surgeries, prevent the formation of a clot in the tubes of your dialysis machine and in individuals with heart conditions where a clot could be harmful. Lonopin 40 mg injection contains enoxaparin as an active ingredient. You should 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. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or are breastfeeding and about all the medicines and supplements you take and all the conditions or diseases you suffer from, before starting the Lonopin 40 mg injection....
Q: How to take Lonopin injection?
A: Lonopin injection is given by a doctor or nurse in a hospital and clinic. Do not self-inject.
Q: Is Lonopin injection painful?
A: Yes, it can be painful and you may experience swelling and allergy to the site of injection.
Q: What are the uses Lonopin injection?
A: Lonopin injection is used to prevent the formation of blood clots in blood vessels on various conditions such as Deep vein thrombosis, before and after an operation, prevent blood clots from forming when you have unstable angina (where not enough blood gets to your heart) or after a heart attack. It is also used to prevent the formation of blood clots in the dialysis tune (hemodialysis)
Q: What is Lonopin injection?
A: Lonopin injection is an anticoagulant medicine or blood thinner. It contains Enoxaparin as an active ingredient. It prevents the formation of clots and is used for various conditions associated with that.