Enoxaparin

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Enoxaparin (ee-NOK-suh-PAYR-in)A drug used to prevent blood clots. It belongs to the family of drugs called anticoagulants. A commonly used enoxaparin is Lovenox in the prevention of of DVT.

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Enoxaparin (ee nox' a par' in) was the first small molecular weight heparin (average 4,500 daltons) to be approved for use in the United States (1993) and is available in liquid solution in several forms (ampoules, syringes) generically and under the brand name Lovenox

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