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Heparin
prevent and manage DVT PE Afib with embolization DIC,
Route IV
Argatroban
thrombosis Proflaxis heparin induced thrombocytopenia
Route IV continous infusion
Bivalirudin(angiomax)
clients with unstable angina undergoing PTCA
Route IV boulus plus infusion
4hrs
Dalteparin(Fragmin)
Proflaxis of DVT hip replacement high risk thrombolic abdominal surgery
1-2h before surgery then 5-10 days
Danaparoid(Orgaran)
Proflaxis DVT hip or knee replacement 1-24h before then 7-14 days
enoxaparin(lovenox)
prevention and management of DVT and PE
management of unstable angina and to prevent MI
route SC 12- 24 h after surgery continue 7-10 days
fondaparinux(arixtra)
Prevent DVT following hip knee replacement
Route SC2.5mg daily 6-8h after. (max 11 days)
lepirudin(refludan)
Heparin laternative for clients with heparin induced thrombocytopenia.
route IV followed IV infusion 2-10 or longer
tinzaparin(innohep)
Manage DVT with or without PE can be given with Warfarin
Route SC for at least 6 days and until warfarin adequately
Warfarin(coumadin)
Long term DVT PE Afib heart valves after MI to decrease stroke and death
Route PO 2-3 days adjust acording to INR 2_5mg usual dose