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 What is fractionated heparin?

Answer Fractionated heparin is called low molecular weight heparin in the medical community. What most people call heparin refers to unfractionated heparin, which has disadvantages in medical practice, ac... Read More »
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What are the side effects of heparin?

Heparin is a common drug administered to prevent blood clots and to keep existing blood clots from getting larger. This powerful medication can cause a number of side effects ranging from mild to s... Read More »
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What is the difference between coumadin&heparin?

Coumadin and heparin are two different anticoagulant medications designed to prevent the formation of clots inside blood vessels. Each of these products has its own treatment routes and typical med... Read More »
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What is the difference between Lovenox& heparin?

Lovenox® and heparin are two anticoagulants which are used to slow down or prevent the formation of blood clots. The two products are related, but they do have some significant differences between... Read More »
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Is fractionated palm oil trans fat?

While fractionated palm oil does contain a high percentage of saturated fat, it is not a trans fat. The process of creating a trans fat, which is man made, is different from the process of fraction... Read More »
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