Enoxaparin sodium is a drug used in the treatment and prevention of blood clots. It belongs to a class of drugs known as anticoagulants, which prevent blood proteins from clotting together. Common side effects associated with enoxaparin sodium use include upset stomach, fever, and discomfort at injection site.
Enoxaparin Sodium is a special medication that is used to prevent blood clots in patients who will be having surgery. It is an anti-coagulant and a heparin that works by thinning the blood to allow for smooth flow and reduce the activities of protein clotting in the blood. Some of the condition that Enoxaparin Sodium can be used to treat includes deep vein thrombosis, myocardial infarction, and angina pectoris among many others. Enoxaparin Sodium is supplied in the form of a solution, and it should be administered as an injection subcutaneously. Do not combine this drug with a salicylate or NSAID since the interaction will affect your health negatively.