Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 000552/008.

Names and composition

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

Forms

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Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Ying Plants 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Maile Lehnhoff 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Nida Critchlow 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Debroah Brohn 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Ezequiel Lother 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Vi Jongsma 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Benedict Norman 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Kerri Urbaniak 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Monty Zematis 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Lavada Brang 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Cynthia Frihart 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Demetrice Myron 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Xuan Nicholson 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Gemma Kellis 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Maribel Vittone 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Nigel Toolsiram 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Jeanette Yokley 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Jarod Deerman 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Yukiko Tostado 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Tami Caruso 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Shira Nuesca 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Carey Chilson 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Angel Mcclour 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Krystal Alcorn 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Nisha Rathmell 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Gracia Chubbuck 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Mark Mckesson 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Toby Sarnicola 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Jeannetta Ueda 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Kerstin Ekstrand 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Vashti Scheerer 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Shala Farell 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Garnet Yeah 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Melinda Inouye 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Asha Calvelo 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Eldon Trivedi 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Mandie Lillard 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Nila Maran 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Dede Yasurek 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Rossie Maud 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Drew Stukenborg 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Maranda Gustason 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Elfriede Chavis 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Jonnie Lourence 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Delmy Midy 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Joaquin Svetlak 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Gavin Delaurie 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Madison Vee 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Shaun Delaurentis 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Audie Whisenand 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Leonora Mclelland 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Ivory Marcum 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Delmar Vaquera 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Judson Chisam 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Sharlene Misiak 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Caroll Wailes 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Arcelia Trainum 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Dewayne Sobolik 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Regan Wassell 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Grace Gauani 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Margret Ramento 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Edward Sequeira 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Johnnie Inklebarger 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Otha Estella 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Tamisha Hogenmiller 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Jose Tozier 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Liane Baranga 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Alton Bradstreet 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Joella Mackimmie 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Henry Garfield 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Millicent Lucio 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Charity Fawler 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Zula Sahara 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Rene Legette 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Claretta Hossler 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Kiesha Patalano 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jaime Durdan 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by German Tackitt 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Rolf Raya 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Terrilyn Cutia 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by David Camm 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Mardell Egge 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Cinderella Babikian 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Willodean Degre 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Crista Quero 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Jodie Blankenbaker 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Ellyn Fesh 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Merrilee Marmie 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Fernande Ancrum 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Xenia Austell 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Lavern Oswald 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Cortney Houtman 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Delores Kaczor 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Silvia Pharmer 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Tam Finders 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Gregoria Baruth 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Bobbie Mendizabal 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Fredrick Wiglesworth 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Isabelle Waeckerlin 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Zachary Ezer 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Bette Drude 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Alonso Carcieri 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Mao Halphen 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Hedy Dolsen 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Elisabeth Saulino 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Leanna Cassagne 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Lyndia Klas 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Leslee Mccamish 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Linette Kobashigawa 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Sebrina Radunz 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Ernesto Thornbrough 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Gayle Lessard 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Sally Thelin 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Yuriko Cohran 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Dante Hefler 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Nila Sherraden 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Holly Lower 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Izola Mascio 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Janice Dorshorst 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Chae Lieurance 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Karoline Swinney 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Verdell Pincus 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Mauricio Pettinger 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Alvaro Liberatore 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Rena Duckworth 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Marylou Kemerly 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Brice Bruney 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Merlene Ghramm 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Janeen Vittone 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Kerrie Aldrete 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Samual Shawl 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Kathaleen Ruys 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Anthony Jalovel 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Renetta Mccaffery 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Devin Gschwend 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Vesta Mascarena 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Chong Bucker 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Regine Cavicchia 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Mindi Mowatt 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Gaynelle Bemrose 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Cleo Males 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Nell Milius 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Tricia Helo 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Carlton Flummer 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Mickie Caldron 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Cheree Rockmore 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Reed Askvig 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Rosamond Howlingwolf 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Librada Ermert 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Foster Vanpelt 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Ebony Nicolay 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Margarett Mccullers 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Cleotilde Lupien 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Siobhan Wahl 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Cleopatra Bilberry 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Lula Runnels 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Myrtis Larin 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Fernande Graeser 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Brock Goodsite 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Chantal Sison 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Chantell Bonifacio 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Philip Quine 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Patti Flummer 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Guillermina Ciriaco 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Jacqui Kalfayan 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Charlie Volpi 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Edmund Burditt 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Louie Gala 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Elisha Flott 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Kraig Kamara 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Isaiah Dallis 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Shizue Waddick 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Allegra Mccage 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Elden Immerman 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Arielle Vandorp 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Lan Twiford 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Debra Cheda 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Tamekia Wilen 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Enriqueta Mangold 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Henry Jeanette 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Jeni Shariff 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Consuela Namisnak 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Alaina Pirre 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Kanisha Mensick 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Aleta Brabham 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Chrystal Trundle 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Shalon Statzer 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Alvin Horwich 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Carlita Deem 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Adela Mckaig 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Arline Angeloro 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Mariam Turner 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Dennis Vanevery 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Samella Kecskes 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Libby Jagger 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Dewayne Mollet 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Alfreda Patmon 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Delpha Ricucci 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Joette Rinke 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Brittni Severson 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Liza Karakas 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Tamera Feiler 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Chester Potenza 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Quyen Caine 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Dane Goodkin 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Laci Tomes 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Dotty Fournet 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Danyelle Mcilvaine 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Dexter Piermarini 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Emelia Farria 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Lashaun Fleurent 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Charleen Kilbane 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Johnnie Guardiola 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Corrina Bohs 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Penney Mcglaun 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Galen Shorey 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Britany Couture 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Tessie Schleusner 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Sandie Asano 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Laureen Gauci 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Neda Mcardle 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Lecia Ralphs 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Yvonne Durand 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Tyron Harriott 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Erna Truelove 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Kia Magett 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Fern Tuomi 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Margert Rene 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Marina Ferrante 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Tod Zervos 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Velma Miguel 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Leann Omalley 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Adolfo Semonis 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Deeann Tidmore 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Sammie Kuklis 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Darnell Lemming 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Wilson Juliet 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Yasmine Bishard 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Ezekiel Adside 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Traci Perches 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Shani Bersaw 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Marty Anway 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Shakira Kittelberger 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Margarito Leisner 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Ellis Laymon 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Rory Lamoreaux 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Tambra Lajeunesse 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Tanika Kriek 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Corinna Schofill 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Julietta Ahrenholtz 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Eusebio Splonskowski 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Robby Mages 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Tami Glascoe 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Tameika Escovedo 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Mariko Waddell 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Grover Billheimer 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Yu Wojewoda 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Mozell Clerkley 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Jacquiline Nevens 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Drew Nip 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Tresa Rigsbee 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Nancie Bodon 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Renna Katsbulas 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Bailey Mossel 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Cassaundra Boran 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Hong Rentoulis 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Vincent Gamm 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Abram Leiding 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Dayle Merlo 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Elvis Darvish 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Leesa Fielding 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Patrina Sheward 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Georgette Healey 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Winnifred Parkerson 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Sylvester Preuitt 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Ping Ruggs 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Liliana Rapkin 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Anisha Rauco 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Penelope Stueber 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Mac Cherrie 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Carry Ondrick 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Ninfa Kincannon 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Nakita Paske 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Terese Rickmon 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Frances Rowland 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Dann Goeckel 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Isabell Heddins 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Brigida Camus 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Daniela Gullixson 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Thad Neddo 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Cheyenne Prestridge 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Alessandra Dalal 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Iris Helin 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Roberta Goldstock 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Mira Uhyrek 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Ursula Gaver 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Traci Jakubiak 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Loma Schattschneid 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Roselia Easterlin 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Lance Kibler 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Nicolle Rynders 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Maricruz Gravel 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Brigitte Creel 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Caroline Barbare 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Toney Ayalla 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Leisa Wyers 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Lettie Turnipseed 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Nevada Portera 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Lyda Leiding 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Buford Kiley 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Alethia Ruhling 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Von Grieme 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Ngan Kool 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Tamatha Arguilez 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Arlinda Mcisaac 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Lavada Charvat 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Jordan Stumpff 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Corazon Mummey 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Deeanna Minniefield 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Daria Eck 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Jessia Pottebaum 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Charlott Gulliksen 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Austin Bakshi 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Ettie Garcia 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Hiedi Stops 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Haydee Gerry 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Venus Sheridan 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Elza Endorf 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Lavina Kebort 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Lindsey Harbus 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Norbert Corrente 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Roberto Wildt 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Cyrstal Cavaretta 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Minda Krull 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Denita Straley 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Torrie Dontas 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Kelley Gaglio 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Laurence Merritts 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Tory Koehnen 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Ka Rafiq 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Gertie Paveglio 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Inocencia Bost 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Aubrey Tarkington 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Lissette Buanno 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Verda Barraz 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Marylyn Magnusson 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Sherilyn Sabino 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Isidra Fodor 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Onita Zimick 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Frankie Bate 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Tyesha Vanderford 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Delora Mckeen 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Alberto Mcchristian 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Chere Lollie 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Larry Crisco 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Vertie Stodola 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Kiyoko Yoshida 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Vennie Spierling 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Caitlin Logghe 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Ricardo Lufborough 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Elenor Sehnert 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Bernardo Waldenmyer 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Colin Mallozzi 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Monroe Press 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Dung Durning 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Hayden Kosky 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Lizzie Zent 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Danuta Francoise 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Gretchen Benzschawel 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Pok Arflack 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Felice Coria 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Vernell Eskew 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Tempie Whitcomb 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Hye Devier 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Arlene Mendyk 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Martin Murphrey 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Lenita Eppler 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Siu Capello 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Peter Melquist 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Angelia Corolla 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Kraig Shadowens 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Dorine Bambas 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Gertie Jerrett 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Monica Lagerstrom 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Rolando Barcus 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Galen Harary 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Brandon Annett 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Tresa Flint 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Dalton Weiser 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Verena Bohlander 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Jami Demelo 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Newton Delbridge 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Cristi Marco 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Tamela Ehly 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Cristobal Salvador 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Meridith Brogren 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Tarah Torrens 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Rico Chalupa 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Laurine Wakeford 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Aurore Sanquenetti 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Brianne Shupp 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Samuel Alvalle 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Wendell Tronzo 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Maida Brendle 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Paulette Yamagata 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Tanisha Cutshaw 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Louie Wittenborn 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Beata Jeff 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Glynda Stubbert 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Greta Kinnier 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Angelina Schweer 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Antonetta Sackett 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Fern Henneberger 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Stevie Blisset 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Kizzy Habermehl 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Susie Brodis 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Jacqulyn Ackles 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Palma Averbeck 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Dwain Kahookele 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Grover Denni 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Anita Birchwood 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Gustavo Caffarelli 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Love Kayrouz 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Towanda Shaklee 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Annita Gigger 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Patria Sagel 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Maurine Musi 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Karren Legath 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Cathleen Latney 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Willard Marashi 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Stepanie Valtas 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Leandro Lezon 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Mahalia Keogh 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Alline Lites 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Alona Stucke 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Dania Molette 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Buck Rothfuss 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Maris Nazir 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Sierra Seitzinger 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Shari Lady 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Magan Barette 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Sha Osmers 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Omega Adams 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Delores Slocomb 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Rosena Stines 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Alda Tenore 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Devin Stadel 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Delpha Noaks 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Lura Barba 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Roselia Phyfe 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Errol Fventes 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Faviola Caseman 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Ria Alexidor 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Princess Dotto 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Kim Archut 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Wilfred Bejjani 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Guadalupe Schrope 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Lang Dimascio 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Modesto Bergmeyer 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Lona Hamberlin 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Krystin Peffly 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Carlena Klusmeyer 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Stacia Sevigny 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Rebecka Slotnick 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Melissia Minucci 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Elden Barhorst 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Eulalia Citrano 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Carlena Ozga 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jeanice Oller 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Nita Minehart 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Laura Laguerre 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Thi Creten 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Mickie Onorata 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Lucinda Hodes 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Dotty Tuorto 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Clyde Cichon 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Winnifred Lafevers 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Zenobia Erke 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Maryam Mehalic 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Margart Garced 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Dorathy Stiely 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Deangelo Yearego 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Norberto Ovando 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Aracely Inafuku 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Kira Liefer 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Earlean Kaczorowski 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Vernia Blazier 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Lisbeth Edmons 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Rose Teagarden 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Marianna Capouch 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Vincent Gudinas 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Melida Mellendorf 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Maddie Bivin 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Louie Rodrique 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Craig Callahan 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Monica Hillie 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Jed Ceja 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Gwen Santino 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Hermila Droesch 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Magda Lockington 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Mardell Stvil 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Una Heydt 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Louisa Shanklin 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Yee Pasqual 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Kecia Chollett 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Rosendo Marshalsea 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Gus Kwan 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Ismael Linda 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Darcey Toohey 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Latonya Lesko 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Paula Walmer 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Tanna Tice 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Shyla Tuason 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Angelia Koteras 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Susanna Brenhaug 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Val Denburger 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Harold Sheng 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Elizabeth Archibeque 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Jeannette Marzette 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Buck Garelik 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Darius Mountjoy 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Clarine Mcelhiney 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Whitney Youngerman 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Kimberli Hasselbarth 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Mechelle Moorer 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Alba Rossean 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Roxie Esannason 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Lavette Pirro 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Rosella Shay 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Vida Mckain 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Burt Vauter 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Nedra Casmore 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Reva Betters 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Leo Dewindt 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Archie Duresky 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Shavonda Dirickson 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Stevie Avant 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Demetrice Mchardy 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Cedric Herera 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Hedy Holahan 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Sam Levie 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Damian Aspinwall 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Keitha Almsteadt 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Mayme Witucki 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Marine Barbaria 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Kenda Korzenski 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Theola Pontremoli 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Alonzo Stanbery 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Venice Dibattista 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Alita Hilk 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Dwayne Thurlow 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Shaun Burhans 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Ellsworth Ellerman 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Velia Morgas 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Kenyetta Orzell 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Reina Bagnoli 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Emogene Berliew 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Cythia Antoniou 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Krista Bonebrake 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Gale Vahle 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Inga Waisath 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Judson Sessa 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Elidia Theilen 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Lucy Banales 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Rocky Hodermarsky 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Jc Palitti 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Elyse Wheeley 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Zola Cianflone 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Tracey Padovano 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Theodora Adrion 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Zachary Zarillo 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Ashlyn Suentenfuss 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Isabell Herkert 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Violet Slunaker 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Laure Pilot 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Tiesha Yeamans 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Gwyn Yamanoha 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by September Twiggs 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Alia Piek 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Alex Muralles 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lahoma Soza 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Oscar Bolstad 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Ming Foulk 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Jon Vandeweert 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Anette Rubenfeld 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Kirk Cadoff 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Charlie Whary 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Angela Lupien 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Raul Wacyk 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Karin Wildberger 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Ashley Seering 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Dina Ropp 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Adrianna Dininno 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Paola Cossett 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Clark Schweigert 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Bethel Gange 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Yuki Klockars 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Roy Vanderlaan 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Josefina Pink 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Verla Forcino 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Nieves Dunster 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Rocco Fioretti 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Dino Berry 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Ninfa Preas 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Robena Sebo 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Yolonda Scholl 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Charlene Millison 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Elroy Loreaux 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Eliz Sheats 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Prince Litner 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Virgen Sandager 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Al Michocki 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Sirena Clowser 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Tracee Ero 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Florencio Mosha 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Thersa Helmstetler 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Erik Wiley 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Janice Autry 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Shawnta Seat 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Jessie Adie 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Charles Reudink 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Shemika Wruck 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Jewel Bedar 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Lekisha Paronto 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Loren Zuck 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Dannette Turinetti 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Eugenie Scarbro 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Mandy Decicco 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Ena Ogwynn 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Roberto Larmett 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Maryellen Scicchitano 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Earl Bolch 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Eugenie Hallemeyer 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Genie Waterson 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Abram Chulla 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Annalee Klicka 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Lenard Giancarlo 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Keva Lossius 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Dodie Salaz 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Marcie Bergemann 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Cathleen Kolmer 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Gita Goularte 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Lorita Sancken 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Iliana Luncsford 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Solomon Huckabaa 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Lisa Kirschenbaum 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Alecia Allabaugh 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Alec Bernecker 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Johnette Smolic 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Tiffiny Sprong 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Laurette Milak 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Bernard Bologna 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Daine Junkins 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Patrick Slayter 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Berneice Pola 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Cletus Beek 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Aurea Bienenstock 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Sammie Pangan 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Alex Mackaman 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Sunni Buskey 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Arcelia Szoke 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Jamar Schock 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Helen Lum 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Star Musante 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Rodrick Senecal 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Melody Yarbro 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Francis Whittinghill 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Merle Contreas 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Jae Somoza 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Arletha Dolbeare 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Kara Echeverri 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Melissa Roma 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Sharonda Kreck 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Andera Temby 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Elli Apollo 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Keila Kawell 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Sarai Escalon 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Michele Moberly 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Cherelle Romine 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Kemberly Bloomfield 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Mertie Buenviaje 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Maryetta Isidore 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Tod Eyubeh 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Winston Gaffke 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Jamel Schlimmer 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Cathy Flaxman 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Tomiko Mcgirr 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Russ Schweickert 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Jodi Bizzaro 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Linh Stipek 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Kyoko Hicks 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Cindy Gazzo 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Eric Friedberg 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Evelyn Purkerson 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Ellena Griesinger 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Erasmo Losolla 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Mckenzie Thornock 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Kaylee Raska 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Damian Hampon 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Jessie Dunk 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Lawana Beneker 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Neil Gusman 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Coleman Pajak 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Monte Dalonzo 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Zona Luthe 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Meredith Signorelli 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Celena Plattsmier 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Natalia Bendy 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Sebastian Hodak 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Leonida Moxley 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Willetta Monios 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Levi Geyman 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Josephine Laxson 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Barrie Warnock 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Leana Wanek 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Winford Forchione 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Titus Rushia 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Bernita Kittrell 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Vergie Novo 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Isabelle Wygal 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Mandie Mailhot 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Daniel Amenta 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Johnie Bosheers 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Shyla Carandang 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Zora Dellbringge 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lurline State 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Dana Defibaugh 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Harry Kellie 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Vanita Boote 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Joetta Kores 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Margareta Pazan 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Fanny Capistran 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Cleo Mendieta 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Lashunda Bonnenfant 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Pei Weisenburger 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Olene Heugel 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Mazie Maury 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Thomasena Wieland 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Marylouise Delisio 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Ian Arguelles 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Melody Ohrenich 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Vita Wilke 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Golden Unsell 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Isaac Kindall 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Kaylene Bakes 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Annemarie Vorholt 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Mellissa Burfield 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Randi Kuszlyk 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Thad Borrell 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Kylie Rudman 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Ryann Raudales 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Domitila Bolder 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Vernia Currans 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Hollis Casstevens 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Candie Baylor 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Kary Haab 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Aletha Carolin 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Judith Hubner 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Doreen Mcdonel 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Anamaria Hinkston 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Rocco Niskala 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Meridith Clouthier 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Lyndia Schurz 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Vernia Rohaley 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Dorla Pavlik 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Erlene Fulwider 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Caroll Cranshaw 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Abram Ingebretsen 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Leigh Manrique 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Lizzette Mendola 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Gaston Henningson 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Concha Steves 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Kristen Kleekamp 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Camila Kriete 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Michaele Pasion 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Deandre Greninger 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Stacia Wheeling 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Earl Gohring 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Trudy Umali 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Aletha Eisley 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Ouida Kalupa 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Keith Nik 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Roxy Whittenburg 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Kyong Andreen 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Lisandra Lotz 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Dakota Geske 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Eve Amrine 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Horace Studebaker 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Nakita Slagowski 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Gerda Fuentas 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Ezra Warth 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Jacklyn Homma 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Milissa Lamoree 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Denae Harmann 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Danille Paukert 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Camie Channing 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Iluminada Leutwiler 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Tayna Benek 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Adriana Ruzzo 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Paulina Buchbinder 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Polly Itnyre 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jaymie Smee 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Aletha Cotelesse 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Waltraud Ritzie 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Delisa Bellisle 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Jayson Donel 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Elfreda Flott 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Elliot Frankie 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Cammie Barry 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Eden Serre 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Asa Mettee 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Zofia Mylott 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Merry Eggink 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Tanna Spellane 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Jina Wunderly 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Roxanna Grinberg 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Viva Lower 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Allyson Olivieri 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Danielle Vache 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Minta Sidman 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Donnette Greisiger 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Dante Hugghins 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Theresa Urbine 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Wyatt Vukelj 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Marisela Eve 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Alonso Hubschmitt 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Malcom Trundy 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Leatrice Villarruel 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Latashia Castleton 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Gail Weekley 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Hai Debarr 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Fairy Orce 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Emil Gillman 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Herta Anderberg 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Jamel Belair 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Isabella Enck 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Brittney Shirk 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Kami Gunder 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Raye Piccone 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Ruthie Haynam 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Jacklyn Bojanowski 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Billie Pleil 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Ernie Beuthin 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Noel Frauenfelder 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Esperanza Kozielski 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Hermila Sharperson 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Luis Flinspach 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Wendy Bendzus 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Gladis Cervera 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Serena Tejada 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Rene Pokora 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Arianne Standage 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Thalia Wilderson 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Fabian Swabb 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Tory Somers 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Renate Grava 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Joselyn Wallo 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Kera Vais 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Dominga Dewyse 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Angila Bedeker 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Francisco Martie 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Dalila Tinger 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Delpha Ebbert 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Yajaira Lezer 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Senaida Ellerbrock 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Pauline Rafalski 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Veronica Diulio 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Dennis Koshi 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Wendy Oen 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Marci Kendall 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Travis Saloom 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Krissy Delashaw 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Pam Virgin 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Alexis Plume 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Justin Linderleaf 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Vito Krossen 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Hilde Psilovikos 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Hilaria Zempel 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Nickole Gillihan 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Dottie Friedstrom 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Misty Konrad 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Harris Panila 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Mariam Reier 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Scarlett Kutlu 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Halley Caverly 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Berry Bruestle 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Angelika Lal 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Julieann Lengyel 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jarod Dolby 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Yasuko Dagley 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Suzie Cossey 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Selene Marean 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Caroline Whinnery 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Verdie Verderosa 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Gilma Arbizo 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Denyse Berdy 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Sebrina Lucion 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Muriel Pelo 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Racheal Schoelman 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Jule Luthy 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Kina Lasenby 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Maryrose Mcmillan 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Clarissa Borio 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jefferson Tibbetts 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Khadijah Cadenas 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Belva Wesly 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Sibyl Coulas 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Kayleen Stewart 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Ezequiel Mannan 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Evan Pacior 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Ute Fyall 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Man Solina 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Diego Gatrell 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Danita Retzlaff 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Katheleen Eagle 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Shara Goade 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Olympia Lazzaro 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Lorine Ahlgren 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Renato Brund 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Lillian Munnell 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Jasmin Lafantano 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Catrina Vaness 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Danyel Escoe 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Lorie Rosenburg 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Bradley Mielcarek 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Lilliam Goich 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Leana Ribbink 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Letha Cockram 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Myrl Tacket 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Angeline Walinski 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Nicholle Panela 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Laticia Finklestein 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jay Knouse 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Ivey Matya 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Nicky Casuat 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Lesa Opalicki 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Harris Stenehjem 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Kristeen Hottel 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Erick Montz 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Irene Birtcher 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Vannesa Hathaway 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Trinidad Bejar 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Bryanna Lattari 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Lorene Trigg 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Mei Murphey 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Beaulah Coe 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jarrod Lufborough 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Zola Swagerty 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Cruz Guidrey 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Mana Vactor 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Somer Caulfield 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Wilda Hemby 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Helene Withington 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Geraldine Nibler 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Joshua Quitter 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Rozella Felicano 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Casey Bockman 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Roma Vampa 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Argelia Tonche 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Hugh Waldschmidt 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Mac Yetter 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Neida Frazer 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Lara Nosek 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Yesenia Brownley 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Bennett Boulding 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Reatha Burgos 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Zofia Vennes 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Lisandra Bahoora 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Callie Felver 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Josephina Kubera 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Gita Tivis 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Cherlyn Zeinert 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Claudie Livermore 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Selena Leomiti 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Darnell Buyak 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Otto Tolman 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Pennie Arntz 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Donya Kovarik 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Annita Markum 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Matthew Epel 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Winnie Frondorf 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Sherryl Kraker 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Hulda Galligher 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Althea Lindie 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Birgit Sudo 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Jacob Morlock 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lavonda Belarmino 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Marna Parajon 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Vernell Bisi 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Marla Zorzi 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Casandra Urquidez 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Dorethea Gagon 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Sudie Gonzolas 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Kiera Winborn 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Eulah Honeck 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Sierra Largent 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Temika Germain 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Tijuana Koyama 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Cecilia Vanish 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Rossie Mathson 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Adriane Montag 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Libby Struyk 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Joan Rochenstire 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Shayne Hilu 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Kristen Plympton 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Roscoe Calizo 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Wai Koslan 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Annetta Yragui 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Jame Kenyon 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Lang Belardo 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Gidget Nan 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Kam Blassingame 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Valentine Veile 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Meghann Divita 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Emelia Endo 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Norma Eilders 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Angeles Bockemehl 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Marla Radue 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Altagracia Keiffer 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jason Miser 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Yung Bohlen 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Fabiola Ayudan 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Guadalupe Shellenbarger 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Joana Rentfrow 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Jeri Holtsoi 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Temple Sakiestewa 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Louise Creedon 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Vasiliki Killette 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Elvia Socha 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Erna Moisa 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Marian Milloway 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by April Tysarczyk 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Jackelyn Wahlert 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by David Hinch 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Sharyn Beidleman 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Lorilee Richner 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Clayton Bridegroom 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Pamella Erixon 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Tamisha Wassam 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Chieko Mcrae 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Kimbra Nimmons 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Tashia Bascas 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Ezequiel Carwell 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Flossie Makino 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Temple Funke 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Martha Clery 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Millard Horwath 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Shea Musshorn 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Pamala Knerr 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Concetta Yacono 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Lauran Taul 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Rhea Yzaquirre 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Leighann Wates 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Boris Ericks 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Hugo Gonce 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Gillian Mcenroe 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Diego Parara 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Kimberely Markve 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Janay Gerdiman 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Austin Lazaga 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Hayley Bate 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Noel Touchton 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Gene Kirovac 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Dyan Wohlwendi 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Santos Warbington 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Jonathon Regner 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Elwanda Elam 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Yessenia Riherd 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Wilber Shulda 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Una Cunningham 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Rosalind Tweddle 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Jenee Mersch 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Normand Saden 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Darlene Degan 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Thi Vanvalkenbur 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Joe Mangaoang 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Genie Therien 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Edmond Soldano 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Almeta Buddle 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Shari Uttley 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Janie Okoro 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Joni Armbrister 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Curtis Morsberger 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Patrica Relf 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Allyson Gearheart 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Renaldo Briganti 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Dennise Kingen 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Jenifer Mcloone 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Doretha Money 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Kimberlie Killins 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Katelin Sebranek 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Ken Engelsman 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Milissa Hornbacher 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Cruz Dedek 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Jung Muske 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Reyna Naas 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Jean Summitt 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Dolly Burnash 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Cleora Nekola 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Amee Button 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Vernie Beeman 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Lenita Stoudt 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Albert Boyne 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Susanna Deprospero 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Robbi Paloma 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Samual Gongalves 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Sandee Gowdy 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Donnette Lickteig 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Carroll Mancell 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Arlene Soppeland 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Rebekah Toedebusch 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Cori Sterry 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Roxane Warnstaff 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Ruthie Nimocks 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Nidia Mysinger 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Eveline Nesbeth 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Rhonda Klopfenstein 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Starr Puelo 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Lynsey Staniford 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Joya Parga 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Verlene Keagy 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by September Dimarino 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Nila Kato 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Melisa Layng 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Penni Reynold 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Lyndsay Skok 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Suzann Potra 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Mitsuko Gathings 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Antonia Scarsella 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Ruben Salamy 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Ginny Basnett 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Susann Malaney 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Ka Fanner 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Graig Vredenburg 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Irwin Villena 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Steven Kall 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Love Caneles 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Chester Cringle 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Kala Seniff 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Bertha Flynn 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Jammie Breitbarth 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Crissy Gillis 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Layla Bawks 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Yuko Clouatre 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Majorie Metzner 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Tyesha Vicent 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Angelyn Lonsinger 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Jose Picariello 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Mellie Borgen 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Maira Cousens 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Breann Ennist 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Illa Schoel 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Macie Eytcheson 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Adela Maka 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Larraine Rosica 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Wendell Seel 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Lauralee Eriks 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Ethelene Venton 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Bobbie Marsala 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Zoe Colicchio 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Marianna Guthridge 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Randall Fedele 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Claudie Sievertsen 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Fernande Cowser 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Amos Glahn 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Walter Swint 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Luann Cory 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Lyda Mccrorey 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Delia Cottman 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Ofelia Feigenbaum 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Alyson Shad 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Bobette Hermosillo 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Jessia Roemhild 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Qiana Etoll 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by King Iwasko 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Olive Hille 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Debby Zeliff 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Marion Galva 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Magdalene Lozon 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Ladonna Groeneweg 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Julieta Frese 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Grant Tremmel 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Robyn Coppens 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Soila Wickkiser 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Leesa Placek 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Camilla Underdahl 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Shirley Marcy 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Erik Hoyman 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Tawana Vijil 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Sharon Kuether 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Lorita Ketcheside 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by William Stelluti 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Fumiko Everts 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Luise Pontin 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Ali Honer 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Aaron Tawil 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Clyde Cincotta 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Natalie Desotel 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Fae Hodge 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Margy Mauch 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Pat Youtsey 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Darin Carrasco 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Elly Wigle 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Sheryl Media 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Kayla Molesworth 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Trevor Molineaux 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Rosana Wagman 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Dale Oherron 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Rosendo Zelnick 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Zoraida Mielke 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Claudie Sauage 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Elayne Bafford 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Eleanor Micha 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Verdie Bouwens 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Anitra Ayele 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Alicia Soltys 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Madeline Geach 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Pa Gehlhausen 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Chanell Summar 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Maynard Frevert 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Jacquline Messano 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Kai Clowes 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Kacey Siracuse 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Janeen Susko 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Wesley Tierney 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Agnus Draghi 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Mariano Trester 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Racheal Lichtenberger 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Kathyrn Mccloy 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Rachael Scrabeck 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Kirstin Obie 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Janeen Maertz 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Madge Farstvedt 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Lenore Piganelli 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Lauretta Pall 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Harmony Cavez 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Denver Saysongkham 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Dennis Massiah 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Tobi Balwinski 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Tomeka Bassham 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Tia Okoronkwo 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Theda Vormwald 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Kristi Lauter 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Aaron Batara 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Hellen Indeck 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Geralyn Abdel 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Hayley Bigbee 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Humberto Delpiano 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Molly Chronister 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Cathryn Fowlie 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Ashley Ashworth 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Tesha Redlinger 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Carrol Redstone 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Allie Brocker 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Cherie Grates 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Tabitha Holec 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Eduardo Roberti 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Min Oborny 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Li Swing 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Cyrstal Kuperman 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Suk Corington 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Suzan Schirrmacher 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Nerissa Vanalst 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Lorrine Wareham 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Tajuana Andra 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Shayla Trompeter 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Adria Descoteaux 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Tia Straugter 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Sterling Aono 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Albert Raupach 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Asa Pawelek 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Jennie Hibbetts 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Laurel Yeropoli 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Quinton Ta 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Austin Loughborough 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Melia Monterrano 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Daniel Uhlich 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Larue Isabel 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Jed Staudt 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Cherly Patneaude 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Rana Guffy 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Doyle Tomasino 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Mose Otani 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Trinidad Bogut 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Lakisha Gramby 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Bee Hutyra 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Keely Maguet 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Anthony Ragsdale 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Lucie Lewis 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Kanisha Deroeck 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Collin Ladell 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Neal Ritschard 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Deetta Kathman 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Magdalene Minchew 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Otis Cappleman 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Linn Ednilao 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Porfirio Puppe 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Johnette Olaes 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Claribel Sanocki 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Joana Kutzner 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Myron Danford 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Shemika Ingala 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Merrilee Badoni 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Eliz Andrzejewski 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Aleen Ellerd 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lesley Beaupre 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Zada Bau 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Jane Mins 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Susannah Kinkelaar 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Daphine Rosca 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Lucio Monarrez 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Jerome Finwall 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Windy Spayd 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Julienne Kosmala 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Elisa Rolfs 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Rosalee Staadt 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Chi Sivills 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Jana Embree 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Cristie Pullman 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Imelda Bachrodt 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Sasha Netley 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Milly Bizub 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Lizeth Wieloch 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Drucilla Kaczmarski 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Audrea Tyrance 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Charisse Letts 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Logan Lanois 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Sharilyn Sipper 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Felicia Kolstad 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Delores Freie 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Perry Youngdahl 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Leticia Mathia 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Britni Columbres 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Lucien Anthony 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Stuart Altreche 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Shemika Rolack 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Cora Gabbin 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Larita Burdis 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Shawnta Dudden 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Nydia Deuser 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Tawanda Goga 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Laure Stevens 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Alina Darnick 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Fletcher Vigus 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Olivia Achord 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Glinda Vangoff 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Wilson Bandulin 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Valeri Folkers 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Marilyn Santarsiero 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Pete Lazos 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Raymundo Hubel 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Marcelene Walling 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Freddie Winley 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Meg Mallernee 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Micheal Arroliga 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Rocio Mayoka 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Elbert Avita 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Angela Mailhot 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Karan Frymire 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Celinda Bishopp 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Chan Poitra 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Shirley Orto 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Luanne Yankovitch 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lani Aiuto 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Dwayne Buntenbach 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Jefferey Widjaja 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Griselda Baty 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jamee Kushaney 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Roseanne Nay 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Lynne Satava 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Robbie Tremble 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Bethann Obannon 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Brunilda Lemler 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Christi Northcutt 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Aron Swanberg 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Ward Goold 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Vance Eveler 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Nathanial Fister 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Mauro Borsari 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Mirtha Poire 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Jarrett Berggren 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Cristy Chimeno 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Dian Dahlheimer 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Han Johnsen 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Dione Dieffenbacher 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Lauren Virgel 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Claud Willison 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Mariam Nack 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Ola Geelan 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Madalene Rienzo 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Denese Elgert 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Carmen Than 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Kim Buckley 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Mariella Resseguie 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Maricela Voiles 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Toshia Nicotera 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Mica Roder 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Trenton Kubes 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Tanna Bouchie 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Lyman Moulton 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Carey Sahagian 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Lon Addo 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Kareen Yarde 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Kimberely Safa 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Tommy Elkington 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Ernie Vandercook 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Ashlie Kaukola 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Dorla Hejl 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Prudence Fiebich 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Alecia Derego 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Darleen Gorn 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Bertie Voigtlander 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Marquetta Horn 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Kayleigh Alvarracin 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Dania Rumbo 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Elizabet Lillian 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Minda Sandberg 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Lise Lucash 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Lia Mallahan 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Alexis Primer 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Mable Benyard 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Pura Deatley 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Jeffie Fravel 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Neil Vandebogart 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Napoleon Dunay 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Earl Theiling 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Celinda Koguchi 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Felice Ballina 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Dorethea Ralon 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Jeremy Stentzel 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Bobbye Sydnes 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Chu Florido 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Rachell Dampier 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Ella Jubinville 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Carli Cockran 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Reagan Kindermann 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Len Minar 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Sumiko Vachon 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Rafaela Myhre 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jaimie Bertha 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Caroline Stuhr 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Leandro Goeller 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Creola Mcpartland 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Mikaela Astafan 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Augustine Honie 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Amy Wieboldt 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Juliette Starkes 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Venice Moreb 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Ok Presho 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Edwina Chiotti 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Aletha Brigg 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Werner Bachand 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Tamekia Babecki 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Marry Edmond 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Ludie Cassis 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Robert Moreland 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Tawanna Maybee 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Merlyn Putaski 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Jonna Liljedahl 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Jesus Eduardo 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Rachelle Ridgeway 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Shirley Narr 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Jody Monico 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Briana Kuechle 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Miki Domenech 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Judson Arildsen 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Britney Vanwye 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Halley Mccreery 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Matthew Balasubramani 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Jeremiah Hathcoat 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Edyth Dymond 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Gabriela Valsin 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Micah Livermon 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by See Valensuela 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Delorse Hiatt 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Dodie Larreta 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Selena Sueyoshi 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Melodee Torngren 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Anisa Neang 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Dreama Zombro 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Hiroko Klaus 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Zandra Wilensky 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Johna Moose 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Craig Gabaree 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Marisha Couture 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Wade Selestewa 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Trudie Howe 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Chaya Waka 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Tennie Fonteboa 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Jeane Artale 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Inocencia Ostrzyeki 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Riva Hoopengardner 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Glenn Yoss 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Francoise Stenz 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Valene Langevin 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Loriann Klotzbach 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Bernardina Vaclavik 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Josue Bitz 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Alexandra Cathey 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Christene Hunsicker 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Gracie Guile 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Rosena Wheeling 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Elisa Sunseri 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Daryl Shuck 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Gail Hosick 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Earline Lambros 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Bert Krus 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Ervin Gawrych 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Quyen Gendron 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Tammera Puffenbarger 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Christiana Weller 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Daisy Tilotta 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Doria Manon 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Marnie Vorhies 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Kaitlyn Verdier 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Teena Tesauro 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Zenia Olazabal 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Evalyn Fey 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Apolonia Zaunbrecher 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Zelma Shoulars 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Zachery Bazzi 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Jadwiga Plevin 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Chana Beute 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Leo Puyear 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Charissa Dahill 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Shelby Hinaman 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Honey Hickam 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Viviana Oldershaw 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Ashely Rolland 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Matthew Orrico 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Amy Robinault 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Sarai Scucchi 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Willetta Hackleman 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Avis Lehning 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Brian Halterman 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Katlyn Dinovo 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Manual Civil 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Leland Tzeng 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Burl Stefansky 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Tomiko Bona 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Francene Brucculeri 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Ebonie Tigue 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Mina Wilmes 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Eva Birge 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Dyan Poulson 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Oswaldo Reina 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Shelli Dobrzykowski 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Norberto Mekeel 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Erline Daffron 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Joeann Nemard 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Rutha Hartel 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Tyrone Kimme 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Venetta Catella 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Kacey Keomanivong 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Haley Saracco 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Ahmad Levings 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Leila Sheen 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Sheena Bracklin 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Reginia Haagensen 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Charlsie Stpierrie 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Debby Beary 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Tempie Ales 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Leroy Kulick 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Esther Steenbergen 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Leontine Lomboy 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Pam Pavone 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Selena Lesmerises 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Brianna Studler 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Sofia Foucher 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Marty Kastman 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Dorothea Isenberger 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Samual Zangari 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Sharmaine Fluhman 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Mariel Span 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Whitney Croxford 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Merrie Rohdenburg 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Junita Rehm 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Nakisha Mackert 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Magan Proa 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Lenore Ryland 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Shawna Scudder 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Adrienne Mozley 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Maryam Knoch 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Charlette Bulik 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Kittie Borthwick 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Rey Lampkins 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Cassondra Dudack 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Allie Tanaka 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Janay Hedgespeth 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Jade Bastidos 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Jacquie Behrmann 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Isaiah Prevatt 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Milo Strayham 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Alexander Blaustein 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Gemma Voeller 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Coralee Carse 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Mitzie Theberge 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Melani Rathman 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Ivan Bedillion 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Keri Malan 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Joel Wawrzyniak 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Silvia Newnham 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Madalyn Mackenthun 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Amiee Hitzler 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Jenine Huus 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Belia Staufenberger 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Simona Hittle 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Marilee Dellano 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Ali Brasfield 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Charita Traube 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Kathlyn Gussow 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Lavina Dillashaw 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Jules Nakatsu 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Rebbecca Ozier 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Candelaria Jovanovich 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Gigi Crear 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Robbi Schwartzbach 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Maragaret Ridgeway 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Hsiu Khanna 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Celestine Waltner 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Sherise Laning 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Darlene Willms 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Melissa Budin 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Jennefer Runzler 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Terrell Golliday 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Milagro Pickney 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Alexander Willmes 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Arletta Urquhart 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Gale Cezil 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Sylvester Scallion 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Muriel Swager 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Mitzi Lajeunesse 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Gwen Defazio 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Guy Mausser 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Renaldo Shamp 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Krysta Jackett 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Benton Lemen 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Bernardine Cassello 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Karrie Royster 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Classie Oetken 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Micah Gruben 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Sanjuana Hugel 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jonah Santin 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Jaclyn Poague 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Karol Valladares 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Bonita Moorefield 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Janene Stadther 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Evan Pribble 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Barrett Tederous 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Maria Maro 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Ashlea Henson 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Burma Imfeld 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Winford Verhulst 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Shavon Vandorp 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Kenneth Vanwagner 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Josefina Morishito 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Lamar Bykowski 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Zoe Ahlm 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Rosalie Nickols 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Verona Porte 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Sharlene Schonack 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Suanne Bringas 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Hilton Dickun 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Roseanne Fiorenzi 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Lenard Brevo 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Lorilee Eisnaugle 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Cherly Osmundson 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Dixie Bredin 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Rufus Transou 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Valorie Strei 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Julio Hinaman 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Shaun Felicia 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Gabriel Totzke 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Ta Knestrick 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Chance Gapp 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Fausto Scholle 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Stacey Postel 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Maisie Lightford 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Ada Kohs 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Billie Wachal 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Damien Sperry 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Marlene Washer 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lovetta Grabe 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Mira Giacalone 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Lorenza Kmetz 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Tanisha Harrist 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Natisha Wetmore 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Octavia Whitenton 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Mahalia Beerling 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Jacques Weinzimer 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Josphine Andrzejczak 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Monte Desousa 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Inez Esslinger 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Ngan Carstarphen 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Fred Macinnes 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Clement Embleton 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Roxanne Stanowski 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Jazmine Mcgann 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Krista Daller 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Leigh Bowlan 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Hyo Martignago 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Hollis Hislope 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Rosia Ollhoff 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Jed Bernaudo 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Sol Shur 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Lewis Vanamburg 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Ermelinda Gruen 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Yu Susi 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Paola Jason 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Hugo Sekel 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Alex Zogby 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Anya Zirkles 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Many Mossor 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Ramona Izaguirre 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Shelby Toolsiram 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Creola Fondy 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Tessie Figone 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Sergio Askam 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Harland Werbelow 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Jeremy Uribe 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Elwood Gadzinski 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Roderick Goeken 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Jenee Sasportas 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Georgeann Randgaard 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Odessa Frison 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Joannie Witherite 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Sam Tepe 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Arthur Racioppi 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Otis Mcclaney 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Devin Amend 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Norman Shary 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Alverta Bovard 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Lester Knap 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Diego Marchetti 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Tamisha Pintor 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Regenia Leuthauser 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Ty Mcgunnigle 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Cathern Gerba 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Love Genet 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Eboni Flether 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Sharell Gilstad 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Graham Tamai 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Anthony Rushe 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Douglas Mordecai 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Ludivina Buther 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Mila Essary 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Laverna Parisio 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Lorean Elbie 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Shari Harrey 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Geri Parlin 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Catina Titchener 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Marquerite Chasson 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Kenisha Gaff 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Edwin Josic 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Zackary Rolack 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Wilfredo Jurries 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Jamey Youngquist 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Theodore Dubow 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Danyell Bohner 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Mirtha Palowoda 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Neville Mccorvey 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Earleen Clemo 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Roxanne Skogen 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Jame Gambrel 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Aubrey Fitzmier 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Yuriko Polyak 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Lottie Motts 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Melva Sheekey 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Ismael Boven 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Sylvie Berkenbile 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Ed Ruhstorfer 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Aaron Ockimey 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Alexia Loosli 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Lashawn Caponigro 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Marcelene Calabria 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Myong Rackett 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Emile Portune 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Jc Verrell 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Eleonora Mininger 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Muriel Kanzler 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Carson Metoyer 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Leana Possehl 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by James Criton 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Alvera Cardenas 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Daysi Rudd 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Britney Klaren 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Mara Krzyzanowski 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Wan Tsunoda 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Bronwyn Raynolds 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Merrill Telkamp 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Aiko Corish 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Tegan Sholty 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Mirian Tintinger 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Martina Brummer 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Pablo Dewolfe 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Leida Squines 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Bernardina Trial 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Creola Dolen 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Loren Mcneese 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Juliette Asselin 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Demetrius Tippet 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Elmer Kamemoto 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Benita Dorset 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Georgetta Worner 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Augustine Louvier 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Evan Mottai 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Jacob Nedelman 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Nobuko Rabeneck 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Tod Cazeault 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Ivonne Kadis 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Janita Starling 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Londa Guesman 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Elsie Lindamood 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Ellis Stuzman 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Kelsie Vinet 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Lien Dewberry 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Jong Napieralski 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Leeanne Almestica 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Maisie Fennig 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Liane Meccia 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Daryl Liesmann 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Terrence Poinelli 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Manie Yerhot 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Farrah Kurban 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Latoya Beliard 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Leandro Rainforth 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Kristyn Brey 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Ema Dease 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Larita Stasulis 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Courtney Florey 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Kassandra Toadvine 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Tereasa Sisneroz 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Isabel Carskadon 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Selene Penney 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Stacia Dukelow 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Rena Imam 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Jason Wix 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Glayds Poullion 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Gus Rambeau 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Jacquiline Julias 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Larhonda Marmol 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Ali Needels 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Mei Azar 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Ronald Sturgell 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Yung Gully 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Neda Capuzzi 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Mariette Dede 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Bernice Ullery 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Trenton Schrotenboer 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Marylin Rountree 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Shakira Melecio 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Shyla Eliason 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Andrea Beddow 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Tamica Bascas 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Yu Helland 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Seymour Fouch 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Rosalia Jeanpaul 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Wanita Wertheimer 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Kristyn Mendia 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Melodi Tennies 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Nguyet Fostervold 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Melisa Goerlich 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Kassie Doil 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Elbert Lynskey 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Yer Radle 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Sixta Prout 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Merideth Mayland 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Johnnie Stubenrauch 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Barbera Bergamine 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Rosita Esteen 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Jeanetta Mcilwain 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Mazie Earnshaw 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Vera Reutter 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Erminia Houska 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Ivelisse Hitchen 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Rhonda Flavin 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Lucia Visick 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Neil Delmar 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Laine Langsam 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Leigha Cords 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Vernita Soukup 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Monnie Schuldt 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Melinda Bose 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Jamey Trantham 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Buck Furton 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Jerrod Cieri 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Russ Kampen 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Rosanna Haffey 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by September Resner 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Martine Blockett 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Penelope Mahfouz 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Fernando Hean 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Glady Schoenemann 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Kristian Bartosiak 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Shayne Hisle 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Cordell Wooldridge 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Adelaida Baggott 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Yuk Mercure 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Johnson Wikstrom 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Darcy Petrella 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Jacinta Kalisch 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Otelia Rousseau 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Gerda Mendenhall 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Lisbeth Bryum 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Buddy Larouche 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Theresa Chenoweth 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Eneida Ledbetter 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Lai Schlessman 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Marni Puff 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Barbie Burley 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Arlene Storton 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Janyce Delaune 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Dianne Clerkley 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Miles Durkin 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Zenobia Lichtenwalter 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Brant Mcaneny 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Alvera Swader 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Aurelia Molands 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Maryetta Metallo 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Penny Opyd 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Magaly Blowers 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Boris Hulmes 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Marni Fortna 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Corrie Lovering 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Suzie Gallamore 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Amina Kampf 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Rufus Karraker 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Daphne Hartzfeld 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Wenona Boule 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Amparo Stamour 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Victorina Kleffner 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Bonnie Lowther 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Altha Crago 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Paige Corriere 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Leanora Enzenauer 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Granville Halfhill 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Antonio Garrahan 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Refugio Cronce 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Charolette Diblase 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Crissy Creten 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Felice Filipek 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Mauricio Bladt 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Bernice Linington 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Reta Weilbacher 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Sharell Court 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Lorna Coss 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Vicenta Parrigan 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Augusta Broker 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Daria Frusci 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Ruthe Motto 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Estrella Shae 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Emerita Rozga 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Zackary Infield 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Virgina Widner 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Lea Coyle 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Sallie Hogancamp 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Yetta Littfin 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Junko Edmunds 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Manuel Kleppinger 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Veronica Fennimore 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Lizeth Drude 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Kristopher Longden 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Monica Montezuma 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Lara Lafranca 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Krystyna Schueren 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Ta Girauard 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Graciela Nobis 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Reva Espenshade 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Kimber Digirolomo 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Shirly Settles 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Tammi Steiert 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Milagro Gaydosh 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Racquel Byrd 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Anisa Linke 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Carmine Height 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Almeta Bagsby 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jessia Wiand 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Bernadette Sanges 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Ilana Tesch 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Vita Matheson 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Suzy Akery 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Vincent Rotner 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Ernest Lindau 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Classie Kleinsmith 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Stephani Plaisted 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Tracie Estergard 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Corinna Trillana 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Wai Zigmond 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Lorena Henken 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Ignacia Humerickhouse 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Leonel Fugah 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Kitty Hull 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Kalyn Mastel 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Deshawn Loretto 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Clemente Flaks 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Wilhelmina Sanko 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Oralia Rillera 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Elijah Gnagey 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Nannie Ramler 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Talitha Polashek 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Marylee Dice 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Lakita Montante 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Yvette Keuler 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Alta Neuhart 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Greg Lehnert 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Tyesha Grosz 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Gidget Myhre 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Chandra Goeller 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Tillie Prokes 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Stephani Clute 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Melvin Bellin 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Alta Quickel 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Carola Falso 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Denita Richan 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Eleonore Muzzillo 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Roxanna Depaul 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Detra Mate 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Zola Puffinburger 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Karyl Bis 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Edythe Wellspeak 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Paris Sheffel 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Yahaira On 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Maribeth Mcferran 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Rosanne Riles 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Shemika Rolins 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Ligia Zdenek 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Tien Zanderigo 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Luvenia Kovatch 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Lucia Akhand 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Cindi Antolik 1 year ago.


Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info Asked by Cecil Bissen 1 year ago.

A web search will lead you to companies that produce heparin. However, you have to have a license to purchase it legally- and I am not sure you can buy it in bulk. It is available by prescription only in most places, and you'd have to have a license either as a doctor or pharmacist to purchase it otherwise. Answered by Alyson Aumend 1 year ago.

did not you as quickly as say your individuals did that interest and had to supply her Vaseline for her birthday? Yea you're fairly a troll. you have a strange interest and its fairly obvious the place you will discover Vaseline. Answered by Theola Wolfley 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium Injection alternative?
My wife suppose to take Heparin Sodium Injection daily 2 times. It is so painful. Do we have alternative for this injuction ? Please share some ideas Asked by Candice Machold 1 year ago.

DON'T SKIP THIS MEDICATION!!! Seriously, this is where the homeopathy/mystic crystal revelation stuff gets people hurt or worse. Heparin is an effective, predictable and carefully-prescribed drug. It has no equal, rival or parallel in modern medicine. Answered by Jenni Tonneson 1 year ago.

Lot's of pregger women want to take heparin. the suited suggestion i visit provide is even even though it burns do not rub the realm after the injection. this would bring about a huge fat bruise! noticeably once you should take them for a lengthy time period (no idea what percentage weeks you're) in case you initiate bruising early by the time you get on your induction (maximum mom's with hx of stillborn are triggered 37-39 wks) you'd be an astonishing enormous blueberry!! sturdy success. Answered by Sandee Carvana 1 year ago.

You need to discuss this with a real medical doctor. Those who practise alt med will happily advise any number of fake treatments, after all they are not going to suffer when it all goes wrong. Answered by Tonya Fittje 1 year ago.


What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried? Asked by Shawana Nhep 1 year ago.

Heperin Sodium is most commenly use as a blood thinner and anticoagulant agent to preserve IV lines and Central Venous lines, but it can also be used to preserve blood for donation and when taking out of the body such as in Dialysis. It can be a very strong and dangerous medicine most commonly it's over effective and causes extensive bleeding. I know cause I have ESRD and am on Dialysis and recive heparin to avoid clotting and have gotten bleeding some times. Answered by Tyisha Crossett 1 year ago.

take 15 seconds and google it yourself EDIT: first off, thanks for the thumbs down whoever you are. When i saw this question, i went to google, typed him heparin sodium, and looked @ the first site that came up. that site told dosages, and what its used for. It would be nice if people would be a little proactive these days. Answered by Lindsey Hatchet 1 year ago.

It is a preservative,a anticoagulant for blood, and a blood thinner..Don,t take take this unless specifically directed to do so by a Doctor..bad bad stuff Answered by Shelia Miranda 1 year ago.


Heparin Sodium conversion question...?
1100 units per house supplied as 50,000 units in 50mL of destrose and water. how many mL per hour should be set in the infusion pump? help plz Asked by Dahlia Placha 1 year ago.

1100units/1hour * 50ml/50000units [the units cancel out] (1100 * 50ml) / (1hour * 50000) [you're left with ml/hr] 1.1ml/hr [not practical in real life] Answered by Mabelle Manha 1 year ago.


What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Dominic Loperfido 1 year ago.

Sodium Heparin is given INTRAVENOUSLY through a syringe pump in situation where Full Anticoagulation is needed. Calcium Heparin is given subcutaneously in the abdominal wall when there is a situation for prevention of thrombosis(clot formation) is needed. Hope this answers your question. Answered by Genevie Carabello 1 year ago.

1st, know the PTT level. Heparin may not need to be given depending on the level of bleeding time. 2nd, Heparin should be given subcutaneously. So, give it in the fat of the back of the upper arm, the stomach (2 inches away from the umbilicus, or belly button), the anterior aspects of the thigh, or the upper back. Because Heparin is an anticoagulant, you should not aspirate before injecting the medicine. Heparin may also be given intravenously. So check your physicians orders before giving it. Answered by Frank Westaway 1 year ago.

The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Marissa Thibodaux 1 year ago.

It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Maryland Alsobrooks 1 year ago.

You must ask a medical professional the answer to this. Each person is different. Call your pharmacy or your doctor's office. Please ask a pro. Answered by Marketta Weigner 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of giving heparin before gallbladder removal? If so why?
I am scheduled for surgery on Friday. The nurse called me and told me that I would be given a pre-op shot of heparin. I have had 2 prior abdominal surgeries and have never had heparin. I do not know of one person who has had heparin before gallbladder surgery. Asked by Aurora Sproul 1 year ago.

never heard of that, heparin also know as warfarin sodium is a blood thinner. Usually before surgery they do not want you on any forms of blood thinners due to the risks of bleeding out and needing a transfusion. I use it at work, I am a dialysis technician to keep my patients blood from clotting off on the machine. Good Luck on the surgery Answered by Quintin Henifin 1 year ago.

my husband is on plavix, a much milder blood thinner, and they wean him off of it for things like dental surgery, never mind abdominal...I think you better double check on that info...does not seem at all right to me! good luck. Answered by Tanna Dormer 1 year ago.


How long can blood stay in a sealed plastic container?
as a follow up question, what do you add to blood after its removed from the body to keep it from clotting? Asked by Lani Oneill 1 year ago.

Heparin, sodium citrate, lithium oxalate will all keep blood from coagulating. Blood will start to coagulate within a minute. Coagulation is a steady process which doesn't happen all at once but over the course of about 15 minutes and continues for a couple of hours. As long as the container is sealed and sterile and the blood collected under sterile conditions, it will not dry up. Answered by Jocelyn Henter 1 year ago.

To stop it clotting you need to add citrate or heparin, if you add that you can keep it in the fridge for weeks Answered by Lizzette Pupo 1 year ago.

it will start to clot within a day Answered by Sherice Guttormson 1 year ago.

why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Janis Alverez 1 year ago.


Common and effective blood coagulants & decoagulants?
For an experiment I need to be able to vary the level of coagulation in a sample of pig blood. What are some effective agents that I can use to coagulate and decoagulate the blood? It would be helpful if the chemicals are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. Asked by Kindra Packineau 1 year ago.

Some common anticoagulants are heparin, sodium citrate, EDTA, fluoride oxalate. Of the four, sodium citrate would be the cheapest and easiest to obtain, and safest to use. Many chemists might have some in powder form, which you could make up as a liquid with sterile saline, and add to your blood. These are anticoagulants. Decoagulants, as in substances which break up clots, may not work well in-vitro, they are used in-vivo, via intravenous drips etc. Most commonly this is heparin or warfarin, but aspirin (salicylate) could also be used. . . Answered by Shae Tosto 1 year ago.


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