What Conditions does Heparin Sodium In 0.9% Nacl Intravenous Treat?
- prevent clot from blocking an intravenous catheter
- a type of blood clotting disorder called disseminated intravascular coagulation
- a sudden worsening of angina called acute coronary syndrome
- a clot in the lung
- treatment to prevent a blood clot in the lung
- blood clot prevention following percutaneous coronary intervention
- peripheral artery obstruction by foreign substance or clot
- treatment to prevent peripheral artery thromboembolism
- deep vein thrombosis prevention
- blood clot in a deep vein of the extremities
- a heart attack
- prevent extracorporeal clotting during hemodialysis
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