HEPARIN 5000 IU 100AMP
ACTIVE-INGREDIENT HEPARIN 5000 IU 100AMP
indications HEPARIN 5000 IU 100AMP
Prevention of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism
Treatment of deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, unstable angina pectoris, and acute peripheral arterial occlusion.
Prophylaxis of mural thrombosis following myocardial infarction.
In extracorporeal circulation and hemodialysis.
Contraindications HEPARIN 5000 IU 100AMP
- Must not be given to premature babies or neonates (contains benzyl alcohol).
- should not be administered by intramuscular injection or after significant trauma.
- Patients who consume large amounts of alcohol, who are sensitive to the drug, who are actively bleeding or who have haemophilia or other bleeding disorders, severe liver disease (including oesophageal varices), purpura, severe hypertension, active tuberculosis or increased capillary permeability.
- Patients with present or previous thrombocytopenia. The rare occurrence of skin necrosis in patients receiving contra-indicates the further use of either by subcutaneous or intravenous routes because of the risk of thrombocytopenia. Because of the special hazard of post-operative haemorrhage. is contra-indicated during surgery of the brain, spinal cord and eye, in procedures at sites where there is a risk of bleeding, in patients that have had recent surgery, and in patients undergoing lumbar puncture or regional anaesthetic block.
- The relative risks and benefits should be carefully assessed in patients with a bleeding tendency or those patients with an actual or potential bleeding site eg. hiatus hernia, peptic ulcer, neoplasm, bacterial endocarditis, retinopathy, bleeding haemorrhoids, suspected intracranial haemorrhage, cerebral thrombosis or threatened abortion.
- In patients receiving heparin for treatment rather than prophylaxis, locoregional anaesthesia in elective surgical procedures is contraindicated because the use of may be very rarely associated with epidural or spinal haematoma resulting in prolonged or permanent paralysis. If such a procedure is planned the heparin should be stopped and the procedure should be delayed until the aPTT has returned to normal. Epidural anaesthesia use during birth in pregnant women treated with is contraindicated