Innohep

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Innohep®

See Tinzaparin.

Innohep

A brand name for TINZAPARIN.
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Contract awarded for Low molecular weight heparin anti-xa activity of 2,500 to 4,000 iu, solution for injection: certroparin sodium or, dalteparin sodium or, enoxaparin sodium, or calcium nadroparin or, tinzaparin sodium, bemiparin.
67 Tinzaparin sodium is also a LMWH and its biochemical and pharmacokinetic differences from enoxaparin may have clinically important effects.
Blumgart that a resident ordered Tinzaparin Sodium, 4,500 units by injection subcutaneously daily, but it was discontinued by another on November 30, 2005, because of concern about employing anticoagulants in patients at that stage with a hepatic resection.
Patients with active major bleeding, patients with (or a history of) heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, or patients with known sensitivity to heparin, tinzaparin sodium injection (or any of its constituents) or pork products should not be treated with Innohep(R).