Application of Kleksana during pregnancy
Pregnancy is a rather difficult period, and many women at this time have to face various difficulties related to their health and the state of the baby. Often, future moms have this problem? as too thick blood and an increased risk of blood clots. In this situation, doctors prescribe anticoagulants – a group of drugs that prevent coagulation. One of the most common medicines is clexane.
What future mother needs to know about this medicine? How correctly to apply kleksan at pregnancy? Is this drug dangerous for mom and her babies in the womb?
The drug clexane has found wide application in the field of surgery, traumatology and orthopedics. According to its pharmacological properties, it belongs to the category of anticoagulants of a wide spectrum of action.
The main active ingredient in the drug is sodium enoxaparin. This substance is considered a derivative of heparin, it dilutes the blood, makes it less viscous, improves its movement along the vessels and prevents the appearance of blood clots.
Enoxaparin sodium is a clear or with a yellowish tinge of liquid. The medication is issued and sold in the form of disposable syringes-vials in volume from 0,2 to 1 ml depending on concentration and dosage. The drug should be administered subcutaneously, as a solvent, water for injection is used.
It is not recommended at the same time with kleksanom during pregnancy to use other drugs that affect the blood clotting system.
Cases of an overdose of kleksana are practically unknown. This can happen if too much of the medication is administered. However, if this happens, then it is necessary to additionally introduce protamine sulfate at the rate of 1 ml of the drug per 1 ml of kleksana, it neutralizes the effect of the drug.
The drug is considered potent and serious, so its use can cause a number of complications. The most common negative phenomena include the formation of bruises, seals and bruises from injections, painful injections, as well as the occurrence of an allergic reaction in the form of rashes on the skin.
Also, taking medication can cause:
- severe bleeding;
- osteoporosis (develops with the use of the drug for 3 consecutive months and longer);
- defeat and impaired liver function;
- hemorrhoidal syndrome.