Where to buy heparin sodium in bulk?
looking for heparin sodium manufacturer contact info
Asked by Geri Coveney 3 months 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 Janine Friesner 3 months 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 Nichole Comish 3 months ago.
What is the best way to give heparin?
Asked by Piper Mautz 3 months 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 Seth Suszynski 3 months 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 Raelene Nimtz 3 months ago.
The only way to give it is the way the Dr. ordered it. Is it to be given IV or subq? Answered by Brendan Sohns 3 months ago.
It depends on WHY it's ordered. SubQ : DVT prevention IV : full anticoagulation Answered by Ria Burkman 3 months 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 Nina Neas 3 months ago.
What is Heparin Sodium used for. 1000 mg?
Hah, don't you think I tried?
Asked by Lanita Rohrs 3 months 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 Hong Eshmon 3 months 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 Gilda Petrocco 3 months 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 Hassie Honold 3 months 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 Kristina Dulaney 3 months 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 Maricela Meach 3 months 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 Lillia Guebara 3 months 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 Britteny Kingman 3 months 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 Ofelia Rampadarat 3 months 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 Lashonda Wilday 3 months 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 June Sobel 3 months 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 Ranee Broner 3 months 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 Jule Kjergaard 3 months ago.
What is so bad about low sodium?
I have a relative who has low sodium and was in the hospital for days. I have heard that people can die from low sodium. Can someone tell me what is so bad about having low sodium, because it seems americans eat way too much salt and have heart problems from eating salt. Please someone help me find out about this!
Asked by Donte Mcghan 3 months ago.
Low sodium can either be as a result of (1) sodium loss, or (2) water retension in excess therefore this excess water dilutes the concentration of sodium or (3) both or (4) drugs like thiazides, lithium, non steriodal anti-inflammatory drugs, ACE inhibitors, heparin etc.., or (5) lung diseases, such as pneumonia Symptoms of low sodium can be mild ( symptom-free), <120 mmol/L (weakness), <100 mmol/L (confusion). Treatment: (1) water restriction (2) Mannitol (3) if the antidiuretic hormone is high, the drug "demeclocycline" is given. Good Luck Answered by Marya Hansmann 3 months ago.
As with everything in life there is a balance, not too much of something and not too little. Too much sodium is not good and too little sodium is not good. Basically low sodium in the serum causes fluid to enter cells and causes swelling. This effects the brain specifically and can in severe cases cause seizures. Low sodium is usually a result of an underlying disease so the cause for the hyponatremia needs to be figured out so that it can then be properly treated. Answered by Albertine Akes 3 months 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 Deanne Egersdorf 3 months 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 Carmen Philyaw 3 months 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 Shaunna Demarais 3 months ago.
it will start to clot within a day Answered by Misha Roers 3 months ago.
why the hell do you need to know thAT Answered by Chung Kudrick 3 months ago.
How can I dilute a blood sample?
I need to know how can I dilute a blood sample ? I want to make a 10 ml solution with 1 ml blood in it, What solvent can I use to make a solution ? Saline or EDTA ? Any other solvents ? I do not want it to clot.
Asked by Violeta Stassen 3 months ago.
Abstract OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of dilution of blood samples with sodium heparin on blood gas, electrolyte, and lactate measurements in dogs. Sample Population-Venous blood samples collected from 6 adult dogs of various breeds. PROCEDURE: Syringes were prepared with anticoagulant via 1 of 4 techniques, and the residual volume of liquid heparin in each type of prepared syringe was determined. Blood gas values and other selected clinicopathologic variables were measured in whole blood samples after collection (baseline) and after aliquots of the samples were diluted with heparin via 1 of the 4 manual syringe techniques. By use of a tonometer, whole blood samples were adjusted to 1 of 3 oxygen concentrations (40, 100, or 600 mm Hg) and the PO2 values were measured at baseline and subsequent to the 4 heparin dilutions. RESULTS: The 4 syringe techniques resulted in 3.9%, 9.4%, 18.8%, and 34.1% dilutions of a 1-mL blood sample. Compared with baseline values, dilution of blood samples with liquid heparin significantly changed the measured values of PCO2, PO2, and base deficit and concentrations of electrolytes and lactate. Of the variables assessed, measurement of ionized calcium concentration in blood was most affected by heparin dilution. CONCLUSIONS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE: These findings in dogs indicate that dilution of blood samples with heparin can be a source of preanalytical error in blood gas, electrolyte, and lactate measurements. Limiting dilution of blood samples with heparin to < 4% by volume via an evacuation technique of syringe heparinization is recommended. thnks its work properly Answered by Lashaun Rakestrow 3 months ago.
Heparinised saline would be unnecessary. If its a 1/10 dilution, 0.9% NaCl will be fine and the blood will not clot. Just stay away from ethanol or anything hypotonic or you'll blow your red cells! Answered by Lavada Danson 3 months ago.
What would cause high levels of sodium in the urine?
I'm taking a physiology lab course and this is one of our questions :)
Asked by Lucretia Bottoms 3 months ago.
Taking medicines, such as birth control pills, corticosteroids, antibiotics, estrogens, tricyclic antidepressants, heparin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), diuretics, lithium, and many medicines used to treat high blood pressure. Having high levels of glucose, triglycerides, or protein. Getting sodium in intravenous (IV) fluids given during a recent surgery or hospitalization. Blood sodium testing is used to detect hyponatremia or hypernatremia associated with dehydration, edema, and a variety of diseases. Your doctor may order this test, along with other electrolytes, to screen for an electrolyte imbalance. It may be ordered to determine if a disease or condition involving the brain, lungs, liver, heart, kidney, thyroid, or adrenal glands is causing or being exacerbated by a sodium deficiency or excess. In patients with a known electrolyte imbalance, a blood sodium test may be ordered at regular intervals to monitor the effectiveness of treatment. It may also be ordered to monitor patients taking medications that can affect sodium levels, such as diuretics. Answered by Cassandra Strow 3 months ago.
If this cannot be explained by extreme sodium in your diet or medications that cause your kidneys to filter out more sodium, the explanation could be kidney damage. You could have been bumped in the back, whcih can bruise your kidneys and cause sodium to spill. I'd need to see the rest of the urine panel to figure this out, and I'm assuming that you were tested by a doctor who can interpret the results for you. Answered by Tanna Buckland 3 months ago.
Eating sea salt straight out of the box will do it. Get's me every time. Answered by Alexis Duonola 3 months ago.