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Lovenox and/or Equivalents

Drug Related Drug Names
Lovenox 30mg/0.3ml and/or Equivalents Lovenox
Lovenox 40mg/0.4ml and/or Equivalents Clexane PFS, Clexane PFS, Lovenox
Lovenox 60mg/0.6ml and/or Equivalents Clexane Injection, Lovenox
Lovenox 80mg/0.8ml and/or Equivalents Clexane PFS, Lovenox
Lovenox 100mg/1.0ml and/or Equivalents Clexane, Lovenox


Lovenox Description

Lovenox is the brand name for the generic drug Enoxaparin – a blood thinner or anticoagulant which helps in the prevention of blood clot formations.

Conditions Treated by Lovenox

Physicians prescribe Lovenox for treating or preventing DVT or deep vein thrombosis – a kind of blood clot disorder that can result in pulmonary embolism or blood clots in your lungs. Usually people suffering from prolonged illness who have been tied down to their beds for a long time or patients who have undergone certain kinds of surgery are prescribed with Lovenox for treating or preventing post surgery or loss of mobility induced DVT.

Lovenox Dosage Information

a.) Typical Dosage Recommendations

Treatment with Lovenox is a highly individualised process. Let your physician decide on the dosage.

b.) Missing a Dose

If you miss a dose, take the missed dose as soon as you can remember. If it is already time for your next dose, take the next dose at your regular schedule and throw out the missed dose. Do not take two doses at once to compensate for one missed dose as Lovenox overdose can turn fatal.

c.) Overdosing

Physicians can treat Lovenox overdoses by making use of anti fibrinolytic agents (which promote blood clotting) as well as recombinant factor FVII, through transfusion of blood products, by providing the antidote protamine sulphate or by holding this medication. Overdosing on Lovenox can result in dangerous and life threatening bleeding. Symptoms of large overdoses include:

If you suspect an overdose of Lovenox, seek immediate medical intervention or rush the patient to the nearest ER.

Lovenox Warnings

People suffering from infection in the stomach or heart lining, ulcers or intestinal bleeding, hemorrhagic stroke or bleeding disorder as well as patients recovering from an eye, spinal or brain surgery should be cautious about taking Lovenox as it may cause these patients to bleed pretty easily. People who are allergic to pork products, benzyl alcohol, heparin or Enoxaparin should not take Lovenox. Stop taking Lovenox if your blood reports indicate low counts of blood platelets as a result of the presence of an antibody or if you are bleeding actively. People with low blood platelet counts (as a result of taking heparin), people who have recently suffered from stomach ulcer, diabetes induced eye problems, uncontrolled BP or hypertension, liver or kidney disease should undergo special tests before taking Lovenox. Or their physician should adjust the dose of Lovenox. If you are already using other blood clot prevention drugs, have a history of repeated spinal taps or spinal surgery or a genetic spinal defect, you should be cautious about using Lovenox especially after receiving spinal epidural as the combination of the two drugs can result in a life threatening formation of blood clot around your spinal cord or brain.

Lovenox Side Effects

Lovenox may or may not cause side effects in all the patients. However, if the side effects described below become bothersome or persist for a long time, you should seek immediate medical intervention.

The side effects mentioned above are the common ones. Following are the severe side effects of Lovenox and you should contact your physician immediately if you experience these:

Lovenox Drug Interactions

Lovenox interacts with 213 different kinds of drugs including 807 generic and brand name drugs. Some of the major drug interactions include:

This is not a complete list of all the drugs that may interact with Lovenox. You are advised to present your pharmacist or physician with a complete list of all the prescription and non prescription over the counter drugs, herbal supplements, vitamins, minerals, health supplements and herbal concoctions that you consume. Do not start taking a new medication without first consulting your physician.

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Notice: The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.

Lovenox and/or Equivalents warnings, side-effects and general information