Innohep

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Innohep®

See Tinzaparin.
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Innohep

A brand name for TINZAPARIN.
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Enoxaparin is the most commonly used agent in the existing trials.67 Tinzaparin sodium is also a LMWH and its biochemical and pharmacokinetic differences from enoxaparin may have clinically important effects.8 The data about the administration of tinzaparin during pregnancy is limited.
Safety and effectiveness of tinzaparin sodium in the management of recurrent pregnancy loss.
Further, of these LMWHs, the experience with tinzaparin sodium (Innohep, Leo Pharmaceutical Corp.) is limited [12, 15, 24].
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.