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  1. Your doctor prescribed a medicine called heparin. It has to be given as a shot at home. A nurse or other health professional will teach you how to prepare ...
  2. ... from forming or old ones from getting bigger. Heparin is often the first medicine you will receive. If heparin is given through a vein (IV), you must ...
  3. ... Clean paper towels Saline syringes (clear), and maybe heparin syringes (yellow) Alcohol wipes Sterile gloves Sharps container ( ... starting, check the labels on the saline syringes, heparin syringes, or medicine syringes. Make sure the strength ...
  4. ... Clean paper towels Saline syringes (clear), and maybe heparin syringes (yellow) Alcohol or chlorhexidine wipes Sterile gloves ... starting, check the labels on the saline syringes, heparin syringes, or medicine syringes. Make sure the strength ...
  5. ... if you have APS. Initial treatment may be heparin. These medicines are given by injection. In most ... take warfarin during pregnancy, but will be given heparin shots instead. If you have SLE and APS, ...
  6. ... problems. Medicines include: Anticoagulants (such as warfarin or heparin) can prevent new clots from forming Antiplatelet medicines ( ...
  7. ... and ecchymosis) Medicines -- Anticoagulants such as warfarin or heparin (ecchymosis), aspirin (ecchymosis), steroids (ecchymosis) Septicemia (petechiae, purpura, ...
  8. ... increase WBC counts include epinephrine, allopurinol, aspirin, chloroform, heparin, quinine, corticosteroids, and triamterene. Drugs that may decrease ...
  9. ... and dissolve the thrombosis. Two common medications are heparin and coumadin. If patients are not candidates for ...
  10. ... your provider before taking any of these drugs: Heparin and other blood thinners, such as warfarin (Coumadin) ...
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