Maxiparine is used for treating heart attack, pulmonary em-bolus (blood clot in lungs), and deep vein thrombosis. It is employed in hospitals to treat the patients who are about to have surgery, who are on bed rest, or who have complications from heart attacks or chest pain sensation. It can also be used at home to preclude blood clots in the legs. The medicate belongs to the group of medicates known as low molecular weight heparins or “blood thinners”. It diminishes the placement of blood clots. an does not break down the blood clots. Maxiparine comes in an injectable sort to be dispensed under the skin (subcutaneously) into a vein (IV).
Common side effects
Dont' use the medicate in case you are allergic to enoxaparin or heparin or some other pork products.