What is the proper generic or trade name for Heparin?
I need to know what is the right name for Heparin. I think that it is Hep-lock, and my classmates think it is calciparine or lovalox. Please let me know asap!
Asked by Deloris Vivino 2 years ago.
HEPARIN is the generic and it comes in various trade names which includes CALCIPARINE and HEP-LOCK. Heparin (or Heparinic Acid) is simply called HEPARIN as its generic name.It comes in different brand names such as: Liquaemin, Calcilean, Hepalean, Heparin Leo, CALCIPARINE, Hemochron, HEP-LOCK, etc. >>Calciparine and hep-lock are some of the brand products of heparin. >>Lovalox? I guess you mean to say LOVENOX...if so, Lovenox is a brand name of a low molecular weight heparin called ENOXAPARIN. >>Hep-lock also refers to a certain intavenous access which is flushed with a solution containing heparin as its "lock" to prevent clotting or clogging up. Answered by Daysi Grastorf 2 years ago.
Heparin Generic Name Answered by Lakendra Sadusky 2 years ago.
Heparin is Heparin generic or trade is the same. A hep-lock is a device that keeps IV access in a patient. Lovenox is not heparin and is a separate drug that helps prevent blood from clotting but it works in a different way to accomplish it. Answered by Dan Nyquist 2 years ago.
Heparin Sodium or Heparin sulfate - both glycosaminoglycans and is very closely related in structure to heparin, the naturally occurring substance or true generic.. They are marketed as a whole lot of trade names. Answered by Karen Alsina 2 years ago.
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If i have blood in my urine what does that mean?
I went to the doctor and she gave me medicine for a urinary tract infection and went back today for a follow-up and they still found blood in my urine. I'm scared it might be something bad. The doctor ordered more urine test,blood work and x-rays.
Asked by Britteny Bresolin 2 years ago.
How does it occur? Hematuria is a sign that something is causing bleeding in the urinary tract. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, the ureters (tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder), the bladder, and the urethra (tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body). Some common causes of blood in the urine are: urinary tract (bladder) infection strenuous exercise kidney disease a stone in your bladder or kidney an inherited disease such as sickle cell anemia or systemic lupus erythematosus medicines such as blood thinners, including heparin (Calciparine, Liquaemin), warfarin (Coumadin), or aspirin-type medicines; penicillins; sulfa-containing drugs; cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) a prostate infection injury to any part of the urinary tract (for example, falling off a bike might bruise your kidney) a tumor in your urinary tract. Answered by Emory Frabotta 2 years ago.
Blood would be from wherever from the kidneys to the urethra. It might rely on another signs. You traditionally imply a cystoscopy that's a appear at your urinary bladder via a scope up the urethra. Less comfy for a feminine than a male, however most likely uncomfortable. You would possibly not desire a cystoscopy if the blood is out of your urethra. Not understanding your age organization and different elements it tough to bet what the motive of the bleeding might be - although it would be melanoma of the urinary bladder if the Dr shows the scope. Though I would not fear - how so much blood are we speakme approximately right here? Answered by Scot Malach 2 years ago.
Blood in the urine is common with UT infection. And those infections are often hard to kill out. You may need another round of antibiotics or a culture to get the specific antibiotic that you need. Don't worry. Answered by Johnie Autrano 2 years ago.
It could be that it was a really bad bladder infection and there is still traces of blood in your urine. Who knows, but when the tests come back the doc will know more. Good Luck Answered by Rolland Dziuba 2 years ago.
you probably have a urinary tract infection go see a doctor and get some antibiotics Answered by Bernie Sarjent 2 years ago.
Kidney infections! Answered by Jeri Yanity 2 years ago.
That happens when you have kidney stones or an infection. Answered by Susannah Klepper 2 years ago.
you'll find out what it is once the tests come in. Answered by Corrie Ducos 2 years ago.
Its probably nothing big dont worry. Answered by Jeanne Szerlong 2 years ago.