Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 005264/010.

Names and composition

"HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HEPARIN SODIUM.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
005264/010 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
017007/008 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/ INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
017007/009 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/ INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
017064/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/ INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
017346/006 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
086357/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
086357/002 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 500 UNITS per ML
087903/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
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087906/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
087958/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
087959/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
088457/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
088458/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
088459/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
088460/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML
088580/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
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089063/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10 UNITS per ML
089064/001 HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100 UNITS per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
000552/001 LIQUAEMIN SODIUM HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per ML
000552/002 LIQUAEMIN SODIUM HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40,000 UNITS per ML
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000552/005 LIQUAEMIN SODIUM HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per ML
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000552/008 HEPARIN SODIUM HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1,000 UNITS per ML
000552/009 HEPARIN SODIUM HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per ML
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005264/008 PANHEPRIN HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per ML
005264/009 PANHEPRIN HEPARIN SODIUM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40,000 UNITS per ML
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How are heparin locks better for frequent or regular intravenous injection intervals?
Versus IV infusions or butterfly needles? Thanks Asked by Rhiannon Fok 1 year ago.

Heparin locks are usually ordered for patients who do not need continuous IV fluids where you would use the IV & butterfly needles to connect. The locks just need to be flushed every shift or daily to keep them patent with heparin. Patients can get up, go to x ray or the bathroom without carrying a bag of fluid around with them. It's easier to move in bed too without all the tubing.Even if you get IV antibiotics every 6 hours you still don't have to be tied to the bed with tubing & just need to have the connection for the hour the medication runs in. It makes things easier. Answered by Maranda Stoett 1 year ago.


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 Lorri Gius 1 year 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 Bettye Valiente 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name Answered by Jestine Gwirtz 1 year 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 Cristen Rehnberg 1 year 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 Tonja Jeffries 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: 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! Answered by Karena Fyksen 1 year ago.

What Is Heparin Answered by Veronique Riggio 1 year ago.


Can u please tell me what are the brands name for heparin?
Asked by Yvonne Boose 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name: heparin (HEP a rin) Brand Names: Hep-Lock, Hep-Pak CVC, Heparin Lock Flush Answered by Buffy Kmiecik 1 year ago.


If you have a surgically implanted portacath, and they take you off chemo, what care does it require?Flushing?
The chemo is being stopped temporarily. Most likely will have to resume some time this year, thus we are leaving it in. Doctor said don't worry about it, but I am afraid it might clog, or get infected. Does it need to be flushed with Heparin or saline, and how often? Asked by Essie Huhtasaari 1 year ago.

When ports are in use, they are flushed after each use and the last flush before removing the access is with 3 cc of heparin lock solution. When the port is sitting and not being used, no flush is needed. However, a port is a foreign object inside the human body and close observation is important because the port is a potential site of infection. Any fever, pain. redness or swelling around the port site or for that matter anywhere in you body or suspected sign or symptom of infection should be reported to your oncologist or other physician as soon as possible. Good luck with your chemotherapy. PS: when your port was implanted, they should have given you a booklet from the Bard company to let you know how to care for the port and what to do when it is not accessed. Answered by Nydia Sydney 1 year ago.

My husband had to have his flushed with saline and a heparin lock done once a month. I think the chances of it getting clogged, infected, etc. depends on where it is. Answered by Stephani William 1 year ago.


IV-Lock sterility question?
HelloI am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any... Asked by Matilda Antonovich 1 year ago.

Hello I am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any packaging. It did have the cap on it that he pulled right before he inserted it. Thanks. Answered by Charlette Mishkin 1 year ago.

Placement of IV Locks (I'm assuming you mean normal saline/heparin locks) is done as a sterile procedure. He did cap off, which is good, but did he flush it to prime it before insertion? In the real world, that lock would NOT have been laying open on a table. Answered by Mable Ludera 1 year ago.


What's it called when dr's want to put an IV in your arm, but only get the needle part? Is it called a Hepa
Is that called a Hepa Lock (just the needle in, but the IV can be connected in the future?) I'm looking for the word for that. Thanks! Asked by Tori Meler 1 year ago.

The term you may be searching for is "heparin lock," because initially they were used with a dilute heparin solution to keep them from clotting off. Later, it turned out the heparin wasn't needed, and saline flushes have now been the norm for many years, but the terminology stuck. You'll also see them termed "INT" on occasion. Answered by Hyon Howland 1 year ago.

When an IV catheter is placed and it is not connected to an iv fluid it can easily get blocked with clotted blood.To prevent this a Heplock flush is ordered. Hep lock flush is diluted heparin solution used to flush(clean out) the IV catheter left in place. Answered by Dagmar Florenz 1 year ago.


Re-using infected syringes?
Evidently, a class-action suit is in the works. Asked by Alda Delage 1 year ago.

I'm one of the 40,000 directly affected by this. I had my blood testing done today and will get the results early next week. Here's what happened to me as told by my doctor who attended a conference about this since it is the medical firm he is part of that is a major referring facility. The six who have been confirmed with HCV were all treated on the same day in the Summer of 2007. It was not the reuse of needles between people. It was the reuse of a single syringe for giving multiple shots - sticking a used needle into the vial of anesthetics. So it was the vial of anesthetics that was the issue. I've contacted one of the attorneys for a couple of the victims and it has not yet been made a class. Just watching the local news now and the Endoscopy Center has had its business license suspended by the LV City Council and the Mayor's Office. Answered by Allene Riggan 1 year ago.

what is the question? The answer is that more people need to be informed about Hepatitis C Be a HCV Advocate..help educate people..and yes even medical ::sigh:: how pathetic! HCV Advocate and 2 yr SVR Join our Street Team at hepcaware.org Answered by Sherika Guiffre 1 year ago.

They will lose their licenses to practice & depending on the scope of each one's actions, they will have some prison time. Probably not as much time as you think they should have. It also depends on what state they are tried in. Scary! Answered by Candie Alt 1 year ago.

They need to face the music and be legally accountable for their neglegence! MORONS Answered by Moises Paulsell 1 year ago.


Why a metallic taste after a peripheral i.v. saline flush?
Yes, it is a heparin/saline flush, but it is used just after establishing a peripheral lock i.v. line for subsequent blood draws (no medicine other than the heparin/saline flush is being injected). Why would heparin cause the taste disturbance? Asked by Bob Tommie 1 year ago.

I'm not exactly sure what causes this. I work in a children's hospital and SOME (not all) patients experience this. Some worse than others. I've heard of it more in patients that have central lines (ie-oncology patients) than other patients. I did a search and could not come up with a definitive cause. Sorry. Answered by Melinda Joler 1 year ago.

It's unlikely the flush is doing it. It's what's being flushed out, like the chemical being used to keep the i.v. clear, like the hep cap. EDIT: Are you really using heparin, or trisodium citrate? TC can definitely cause a brief metallic taste. Answered by Rivka Galpin 1 year ago.

it should not be.. it may be some psychological effect... metallic taste could be one of the symptoms for an oncoming seizure... Answered by Adell Podaras 1 year ago.


How are heparin locks better for frequent or regular intravenous injection intervals?
Versus IV infusions or butterfly needles? Thanks Asked by Kelsey Wykes 1 year ago.

Heparin locks are usually ordered for patients who do not need continuous IV fluids where you would use the IV & butterfly needles to connect. The locks just need to be flushed every shift or daily to keep them patent with heparin. Patients can get up, go to x ray or the bathroom without carrying a bag of fluid around with them. It's easier to move in bed too without all the tubing.Even if you get IV antibiotics every 6 hours you still don't have to be tied to the bed with tubing & just need to have the connection for the hour the medication runs in. It makes things easier. Answered by Shiloh Peppe 1 year ago.


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 Rebbecca Borruso 1 year 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 Yuki Parrino 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name Answered by Clelia Ellerkamp 1 year 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 Melissia Savells 1 year 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 Eugenie Trick 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: 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! Answered by Velvet Kamimura 1 year ago.

What Is Heparin Answered by Shannan Depolis 1 year ago.


Can u please tell me what are the brands name for heparin?
Asked by Lenard Silveri 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name: heparin (HEP a rin) Brand Names: Hep-Lock, Hep-Pak CVC, Heparin Lock Flush Answered by Randi Wetmore 1 year ago.


If you have a surgically implanted portacath, and they take you off chemo, what care does it require?Flushing?
The chemo is being stopped temporarily. Most likely will have to resume some time this year, thus we are leaving it in. Doctor said don't worry about it, but I am afraid it might clog, or get infected. Does it need to be flushed with Heparin or saline, and how often? Asked by Ludie Lairson 1 year ago.

When ports are in use, they are flushed after each use and the last flush before removing the access is with 3 cc of heparin lock solution. When the port is sitting and not being used, no flush is needed. However, a port is a foreign object inside the human body and close observation is important because the port is a potential site of infection. Any fever, pain. redness or swelling around the port site or for that matter anywhere in you body or suspected sign or symptom of infection should be reported to your oncologist or other physician as soon as possible. Good luck with your chemotherapy. PS: when your port was implanted, they should have given you a booklet from the Bard company to let you know how to care for the port and what to do when it is not accessed. Answered by Henry Giammona 1 year ago.

My husband had to have his flushed with saline and a heparin lock done once a month. I think the chances of it getting clogged, infected, etc. depends on where it is. Answered by Johna Gauntt 1 year ago.


IV-Lock sterility question?
HelloI am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any... Asked by Will Inches 1 year ago.

Hello I am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any packaging. It did have the cap on it that he pulled right before he inserted it. Thanks. Answered by Buford Ciulla 1 year ago.

Placement of IV Locks (I'm assuming you mean normal saline/heparin locks) is done as a sterile procedure. He did cap off, which is good, but did he flush it to prime it before insertion? In the real world, that lock would NOT have been laying open on a table. Answered by Ezequiel Knieriem 1 year ago.


What's it called when dr's want to put an IV in your arm, but only get the needle part? Is it called a Hepa
Is that called a Hepa Lock (just the needle in, but the IV can be connected in the future?) I'm looking for the word for that. Thanks! Asked by Mina Seaburg 1 year ago.

The term you may be searching for is "heparin lock," because initially they were used with a dilute heparin solution to keep them from clotting off. Later, it turned out the heparin wasn't needed, and saline flushes have now been the norm for many years, but the terminology stuck. You'll also see them termed "INT" on occasion. Answered by Donna Richeson 1 year ago.

When an IV catheter is placed and it is not connected to an iv fluid it can easily get blocked with clotted blood.To prevent this a Heplock flush is ordered. Hep lock flush is diluted heparin solution used to flush(clean out) the IV catheter left in place. Answered by Margarete Dana 1 year ago.


Re-using infected syringes?
Evidently, a class-action suit is in the works. Asked by Dominque Passman 1 year ago.

I'm one of the 40,000 directly affected by this. I had my blood testing done today and will get the results early next week. Here's what happened to me as told by my doctor who attended a conference about this since it is the medical firm he is part of that is a major referring facility. The six who have been confirmed with HCV were all treated on the same day in the Summer of 2007. It was not the reuse of needles between people. It was the reuse of a single syringe for giving multiple shots - sticking a used needle into the vial of anesthetics. So it was the vial of anesthetics that was the issue. I've contacted one of the attorneys for a couple of the victims and it has not yet been made a class. Just watching the local news now and the Endoscopy Center has had its business license suspended by the LV City Council and the Mayor's Office. Answered by Adelia Turtura 1 year ago.

what is the question? The answer is that more people need to be informed about Hepatitis C Be a HCV Advocate..help educate people..and yes even medical ::sigh:: how pathetic! HCV Advocate and 2 yr SVR Join our Street Team at hepcaware.org Answered by Brenton Dimascio 1 year ago.

They will lose their licenses to practice & depending on the scope of each one's actions, they will have some prison time. Probably not as much time as you think they should have. It also depends on what state they are tried in. Scary! Answered by Caitlyn Debouse 1 year ago.

They need to face the music and be legally accountable for their neglegence! MORONS Answered by Lien Birdsong 1 year ago.


Why a metallic taste after a peripheral i.v. saline flush?
Yes, it is a heparin/saline flush, but it is used just after establishing a peripheral lock i.v. line for subsequent blood draws (no medicine other than the heparin/saline flush is being injected). Why would heparin cause the taste disturbance? Asked by Corliss Lynum 1 year ago.

I'm not exactly sure what causes this. I work in a children's hospital and SOME (not all) patients experience this. Some worse than others. I've heard of it more in patients that have central lines (ie-oncology patients) than other patients. I did a search and could not come up with a definitive cause. Sorry. Answered by Alec Shepherd 1 year ago.

It's unlikely the flush is doing it. It's what's being flushed out, like the chemical being used to keep the i.v. clear, like the hep cap. EDIT: Are you really using heparin, or trisodium citrate? TC can definitely cause a brief metallic taste. Answered by Patrick Oum 1 year ago.

it should not be.. it may be some psychological effect... metallic taste could be one of the symptoms for an oncoming seizure... Answered by Eugena Tuggles 1 year ago.


How are heparin locks better for frequent or regular intravenous injection intervals?
Versus IV infusions or butterfly needles? Thanks Asked by Billy Domeier 1 year ago.

Heparin locks are usually ordered for patients who do not need continuous IV fluids where you would use the IV & butterfly needles to connect. The locks just need to be flushed every shift or daily to keep them patent with heparin. Patients can get up, go to x ray or the bathroom without carrying a bag of fluid around with them. It's easier to move in bed too without all the tubing.Even if you get IV antibiotics every 6 hours you still don't have to be tied to the bed with tubing & just need to have the connection for the hour the medication runs in. It makes things easier. Answered by Imelda Disanti 1 year ago.


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 Dennis Gradwell 1 year 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 Veronique Goodstein 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name Answered by Ena Kiesow 1 year 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 Annmarie Ashner 1 year 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 Augustine Farug 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: 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! Answered by Carmon Flocco 1 year ago.

What Is Heparin Answered by Zoe Bailor 1 year ago.


Can u please tell me what are the brands name for heparin?
Asked by Idell Vanlaningham 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name: heparin (HEP a rin) Brand Names: Hep-Lock, Hep-Pak CVC, Heparin Lock Flush Answered by Darlena Lorenzetti 1 year ago.


If you have a surgically implanted portacath, and they take you off chemo, what care does it require?Flushing?
The chemo is being stopped temporarily. Most likely will have to resume some time this year, thus we are leaving it in. Doctor said don't worry about it, but I am afraid it might clog, or get infected. Does it need to be flushed with Heparin or saline, and how often? Asked by Ingrid Farrar 1 year ago.

When ports are in use, they are flushed after each use and the last flush before removing the access is with 3 cc of heparin lock solution. When the port is sitting and not being used, no flush is needed. However, a port is a foreign object inside the human body and close observation is important because the port is a potential site of infection. Any fever, pain. redness or swelling around the port site or for that matter anywhere in you body or suspected sign or symptom of infection should be reported to your oncologist or other physician as soon as possible. Good luck with your chemotherapy. PS: when your port was implanted, they should have given you a booklet from the Bard company to let you know how to care for the port and what to do when it is not accessed. Answered by Hassie Arai 1 year ago.

My husband had to have his flushed with saline and a heparin lock done once a month. I think the chances of it getting clogged, infected, etc. depends on where it is. Answered by Ela Yamashita 1 year ago.


IV-Lock sterility question?
HelloI am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any... Asked by Denae Locknane 1 year ago.

Hello I am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any packaging. It did have the cap on it that he pulled right before he inserted it. Thanks. Answered by Octavio Giannavola 1 year ago.

Placement of IV Locks (I'm assuming you mean normal saline/heparin locks) is done as a sterile procedure. He did cap off, which is good, but did he flush it to prime it before insertion? In the real world, that lock would NOT have been laying open on a table. Answered by Cathy Hitchko 1 year ago.


What's it called when dr's want to put an IV in your arm, but only get the needle part? Is it called a Hepa
Is that called a Hepa Lock (just the needle in, but the IV can be connected in the future?) I'm looking for the word for that. Thanks! Asked by Salena Hogle 1 year ago.

The term you may be searching for is "heparin lock," because initially they were used with a dilute heparin solution to keep them from clotting off. Later, it turned out the heparin wasn't needed, and saline flushes have now been the norm for many years, but the terminology stuck. You'll also see them termed "INT" on occasion. Answered by Karissa Regusters 1 year ago.

When an IV catheter is placed and it is not connected to an iv fluid it can easily get blocked with clotted blood.To prevent this a Heplock flush is ordered. Hep lock flush is diluted heparin solution used to flush(clean out) the IV catheter left in place. Answered by Wilson Agramonte 1 year ago.


Re-using infected syringes?
Evidently, a class-action suit is in the works. Asked by Susannah Grawe 1 year ago.

I'm one of the 40,000 directly affected by this. I had my blood testing done today and will get the results early next week. Here's what happened to me as told by my doctor who attended a conference about this since it is the medical firm he is part of that is a major referring facility. The six who have been confirmed with HCV were all treated on the same day in the Summer of 2007. It was not the reuse of needles between people. It was the reuse of a single syringe for giving multiple shots - sticking a used needle into the vial of anesthetics. So it was the vial of anesthetics that was the issue. I've contacted one of the attorneys for a couple of the victims and it has not yet been made a class. Just watching the local news now and the Endoscopy Center has had its business license suspended by the LV City Council and the Mayor's Office. Answered by Burl Calvin 1 year ago.

what is the question? The answer is that more people need to be informed about Hepatitis C Be a HCV Advocate..help educate people..and yes even medical ::sigh:: how pathetic! HCV Advocate and 2 yr SVR Join our Street Team at hepcaware.org Answered by Jessie Fales 1 year ago.

They will lose their licenses to practice & depending on the scope of each one's actions, they will have some prison time. Probably not as much time as you think they should have. It also depends on what state they are tried in. Scary! Answered by Annie Laubersheimer 1 year ago.

They need to face the music and be legally accountable for their neglegence! MORONS Answered by Valerie Niccum 1 year ago.


Why a metallic taste after a peripheral i.v. saline flush?
Yes, it is a heparin/saline flush, but it is used just after establishing a peripheral lock i.v. line for subsequent blood draws (no medicine other than the heparin/saline flush is being injected). Why would heparin cause the taste disturbance? Asked by King Dileonardo 1 year ago.

I'm not exactly sure what causes this. I work in a children's hospital and SOME (not all) patients experience this. Some worse than others. I've heard of it more in patients that have central lines (ie-oncology patients) than other patients. I did a search and could not come up with a definitive cause. Sorry. Answered by Clarinda Ludolph 1 year ago.

It's unlikely the flush is doing it. It's what's being flushed out, like the chemical being used to keep the i.v. clear, like the hep cap. EDIT: Are you really using heparin, or trisodium citrate? TC can definitely cause a brief metallic taste. Answered by Yukiko Rowe 1 year ago.

it should not be.. it may be some psychological effect... metallic taste could be one of the symptoms for an oncoming seizure... Answered by Ozie Dumeny 1 year ago.


How are heparin locks better for frequent or regular intravenous injection intervals?
Versus IV infusions or butterfly needles? Thanks Asked by Zona Jording 1 year ago.

Heparin locks are usually ordered for patients who do not need continuous IV fluids where you would use the IV & butterfly needles to connect. The locks just need to be flushed every shift or daily to keep them patent with heparin. Patients can get up, go to x ray or the bathroom without carrying a bag of fluid around with them. It's easier to move in bed too without all the tubing.Even if you get IV antibiotics every 6 hours you still don't have to be tied to the bed with tubing & just need to have the connection for the hour the medication runs in. It makes things easier. Answered by Jeanette Shamir 1 year ago.


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 Duncan Squiers 1 year 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 Mae Bateson 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name Answered by Fidel Schaich 1 year 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 Le Pauldo 1 year 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 Valerie Liquori 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: 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! Answered by Soraya Kitz 1 year ago.

What Is Heparin Answered by Jammie Blasenhauer 1 year ago.


Can u please tell me what are the brands name for heparin?
Asked by Yang Lehane 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name: heparin (HEP a rin) Brand Names: Hep-Lock, Hep-Pak CVC, Heparin Lock Flush Answered by Madge Bleimehl 1 year ago.


If you have a surgically implanted portacath, and they take you off chemo, what care does it require?Flushing?
The chemo is being stopped temporarily. Most likely will have to resume some time this year, thus we are leaving it in. Doctor said don't worry about it, but I am afraid it might clog, or get infected. Does it need to be flushed with Heparin or saline, and how often? Asked by Lura Karger 1 year ago.

When ports are in use, they are flushed after each use and the last flush before removing the access is with 3 cc of heparin lock solution. When the port is sitting and not being used, no flush is needed. However, a port is a foreign object inside the human body and close observation is important because the port is a potential site of infection. Any fever, pain. redness or swelling around the port site or for that matter anywhere in you body or suspected sign or symptom of infection should be reported to your oncologist or other physician as soon as possible. Good luck with your chemotherapy. PS: when your port was implanted, they should have given you a booklet from the Bard company to let you know how to care for the port and what to do when it is not accessed. Answered by Jeanmarie Leedy 1 year ago.

My husband had to have his flushed with saline and a heparin lock done once a month. I think the chances of it getting clogged, infected, etc. depends on where it is. Answered by Latoyia Bushby 1 year ago.


IV-Lock sterility question?
HelloI am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any... Asked by Marion Sidney 1 year ago.

Hello I am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any packaging. It did have the cap on it that he pulled right before he inserted it. Thanks. Answered by Ashlea Zuehlke 1 year ago.

Placement of IV Locks (I'm assuming you mean normal saline/heparin locks) is done as a sterile procedure. He did cap off, which is good, but did he flush it to prime it before insertion? In the real world, that lock would NOT have been laying open on a table. Answered by Eryn Waetzig 1 year ago.


What's it called when dr's want to put an IV in your arm, but only get the needle part? Is it called a Hepa
Is that called a Hepa Lock (just the needle in, but the IV can be connected in the future?) I'm looking for the word for that. Thanks! Asked by Elly Paschel 1 year ago.

The term you may be searching for is "heparin lock," because initially they were used with a dilute heparin solution to keep them from clotting off. Later, it turned out the heparin wasn't needed, and saline flushes have now been the norm for many years, but the terminology stuck. You'll also see them termed "INT" on occasion. Answered by Savannah Llewellyn 1 year ago.

When an IV catheter is placed and it is not connected to an iv fluid it can easily get blocked with clotted blood.To prevent this a Heplock flush is ordered. Hep lock flush is diluted heparin solution used to flush(clean out) the IV catheter left in place. Answered by Lajuana Betzler 1 year ago.


Re-using infected syringes?
Evidently, a class-action suit is in the works. Asked by Enoch Prudhomme 1 year ago.

I'm one of the 40,000 directly affected by this. I had my blood testing done today and will get the results early next week. Here's what happened to me as told by my doctor who attended a conference about this since it is the medical firm he is part of that is a major referring facility. The six who have been confirmed with HCV were all treated on the same day in the Summer of 2007. It was not the reuse of needles between people. It was the reuse of a single syringe for giving multiple shots - sticking a used needle into the vial of anesthetics. So it was the vial of anesthetics that was the issue. I've contacted one of the attorneys for a couple of the victims and it has not yet been made a class. Just watching the local news now and the Endoscopy Center has had its business license suspended by the LV City Council and the Mayor's Office. Answered by Sammy Rheinhardt 1 year ago.

what is the question? The answer is that more people need to be informed about Hepatitis C Be a HCV Advocate..help educate people..and yes even medical ::sigh:: how pathetic! HCV Advocate and 2 yr SVR Join our Street Team at hepcaware.org Answered by Angelika Balmores 1 year ago.

They will lose their licenses to practice & depending on the scope of each one's actions, they will have some prison time. Probably not as much time as you think they should have. It also depends on what state they are tried in. Scary! Answered by Rita Penington 1 year ago.

They need to face the music and be legally accountable for their neglegence! MORONS Answered by Abby Serianni 1 year ago.


Why a metallic taste after a peripheral i.v. saline flush?
Yes, it is a heparin/saline flush, but it is used just after establishing a peripheral lock i.v. line for subsequent blood draws (no medicine other than the heparin/saline flush is being injected). Why would heparin cause the taste disturbance? Asked by Martine Rood 1 year ago.

I'm not exactly sure what causes this. I work in a children's hospital and SOME (not all) patients experience this. Some worse than others. I've heard of it more in patients that have central lines (ie-oncology patients) than other patients. I did a search and could not come up with a definitive cause. Sorry. Answered by Jenna Slavinski 1 year ago.

It's unlikely the flush is doing it. It's what's being flushed out, like the chemical being used to keep the i.v. clear, like the hep cap. EDIT: Are you really using heparin, or trisodium citrate? TC can definitely cause a brief metallic taste. Answered by May Hisel 1 year ago.

it should not be.. it may be some psychological effect... metallic taste could be one of the symptoms for an oncoming seizure... Answered by Isaac Dilorenzo 1 year ago.


How are heparin locks better for frequent or regular intravenous injection intervals?
Versus IV infusions or butterfly needles? Thanks Asked by Cassondra Zambito 1 year ago.

Heparin locks are usually ordered for patients who do not need continuous IV fluids where you would use the IV & butterfly needles to connect. The locks just need to be flushed every shift or daily to keep them patent with heparin. Patients can get up, go to x ray or the bathroom without carrying a bag of fluid around with them. It's easier to move in bed too without all the tubing.Even if you get IV antibiotics every 6 hours you still don't have to be tied to the bed with tubing & just need to have the connection for the hour the medication runs in. It makes things easier. Answered by Merideth Simmoneau 1 year ago.


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 Joey Hoversten 1 year 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 Jenae Fune 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name Answered by Randa Loskot 1 year 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 Ozell Firkey 1 year 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 Rochelle Sternal 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: 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! Answered by Rueben Pochintesta 1 year ago.

What Is Heparin Answered by Elfrieda Freiser 1 year ago.


Can u please tell me what are the brands name for heparin?
Asked by Gil Malabe 1 year ago.

Heparin Generic Name: heparin (HEP a rin) Brand Names: Hep-Lock, Hep-Pak CVC, Heparin Lock Flush Answered by Charlesetta Tafreshi 1 year ago.


If you have a surgically implanted portacath, and they take you off chemo, what care does it require?Flushing?
The chemo is being stopped temporarily. Most likely will have to resume some time this year, thus we are leaving it in. Doctor said don't worry about it, but I am afraid it might clog, or get infected. Does it need to be flushed with Heparin or saline, and how often? Asked by Garland Thornberry 1 year ago.

When ports are in use, they are flushed after each use and the last flush before removing the access is with 3 cc of heparin lock solution. When the port is sitting and not being used, no flush is needed. However, a port is a foreign object inside the human body and close observation is important because the port is a potential site of infection. Any fever, pain. redness or swelling around the port site or for that matter anywhere in you body or suspected sign or symptom of infection should be reported to your oncologist or other physician as soon as possible. Good luck with your chemotherapy. PS: when your port was implanted, they should have given you a booklet from the Bard company to let you know how to care for the port and what to do when it is not accessed. Answered by Jude Pfeister 1 year ago.

My husband had to have his flushed with saline and a heparin lock done once a month. I think the chances of it getting clogged, infected, etc. depends on where it is. Answered by Mel Bussert 1 year ago.


IV-Lock sterility question?
HelloI am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any... Asked by Rosanna Dross 1 year ago.

Hello I am a nursing student. We practiced inserting IV on each others couple days ago. After inserting the catheter, we placed an IV-Lock. Does the IV-Lock needs to be kept at sterile environment? The reason I am asking is because the IV-Lock my partner used was laying in the table for quite some time without any packaging. It did have the cap on it that he pulled right before he inserted it. Thanks. Answered by Everette Naysmith 1 year ago.

Placement of IV Locks (I'm assuming you mean normal saline/heparin locks) is done as a sterile procedure. He did cap off, which is good, but did he flush it to prime it before insertion? In the real world, that lock would NOT have been laying open on a table. Answered by Elden Janco 1 year ago.


What's it called when dr's want to put an IV in your arm, but only get the needle part? Is it called a Hepa
Is that called a Hepa Lock (just the needle in, but the IV can be connected in the future?) I'm looking for the word for that. Thanks! Asked by Brittney Wais 1 year ago.

The term you may be searching for is "heparin lock," because initially they were used with a dilute heparin solution to keep them from clotting off. Later, it turned out the heparin wasn't needed, and saline flushes have now been the norm for many years, but the terminology stuck. You'll also see them termed "INT" on occasion. Answered by Laurine Vonstein 1 year ago.

When an IV catheter is placed and it is not connected to an iv fluid it can easily get blocked with clotted blood.To prevent this a Heplock flush is ordered. Hep lock flush is diluted heparin solution used to flush(clean out) the IV catheter left in place. Answered by Merry Moch 1 year ago.


Re-using infected syringes?
Evidently, a class-action suit is in the works. Asked by Jade Baladejo 1 year ago.

I'm one of the 40,000 directly affected by this. I had my blood testing done today and will get the results early next week. Here's what happened to me as told by my doctor who attended a conference about this since it is the medical firm he is part of that is a major referring facility. The six who have been confirmed with HCV were all treated on the same day in the Summer of 2007. It was not the reuse of needles between people. It was the reuse of a single syringe for giving multiple shots - sticking a used needle into the vial of anesthetics. So it was the vial of anesthetics that was the issue. I've contacted one of the attorneys for a couple of the victims and it has not yet been made a class. Just watching the local news now and the Endoscopy Center has had its business license suspended by the LV City Council and the Mayor's Office. Answered by Belinda Eissinger 1 year ago.

what is the question? The answer is that more people need to be informed about Hepatitis C Be a HCV Advocate..help educate people..and yes even medical ::sigh:: how pathetic! HCV Advocate and 2 yr SVR Join our Street Team at hepcaware.org Answered by Geoffrey Locus 1 year ago.

They will lose their licenses to practice & depending on the scope of each one's actions, they will have some prison time. Probably not as much time as you think they should have. It also depends on what state they are tried in. Scary! Answered by Jose Glaue 1 year ago.

They need to face the music and be legally accountable for their neglegence! MORONS Answered by Elvera Lambros 1 year ago.


Why a metallic taste after a peripheral i.v. saline flush?
Yes, it is a heparin/saline flush, but it is used just after establishing a peripheral lock i.v. line for subsequent blood draws (no medicine other than the heparin/saline flush is being injected). Why would heparin cause the taste disturbance? Asked by Adelina Sahota 1 year ago.

I'm not exactly sure what causes this. I work in a children's hospital and SOME (not all) patients experience this. Some worse than others. I've heard of it more in patients that have central lines (ie-oncology patients) than other patients. I did a search and could not come up with a definitive cause. Sorry. Answered by Valrie Carmack 1 year ago.

It's unlikely the flush is doing it. It's what's being flushed out, like the chemical being used to keep the i.v. clear, like the hep cap. EDIT: Are you really using heparin, or trisodium citrate? TC can definitely cause a brief metallic taste. Answered by Hang Magnini 1 year ago.

it should not be.. it may be some psychological effect... metallic taste could be one of the symptoms for an oncoming seizure... Answered by Gaynell Boulch 1 year ago.


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