You can only order Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes online when you have been given a prescription for them by a doctor. Once you have a prescription you can buy Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes from Canada. YouDrugstore is an online Canadian pharmacy, offering you the ability to purchase Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes at the same price they pay in Canada. When you order Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes from YouDrugstore we ship genuine Innohep right to your home at a discount shipping cost. YouDrugstore offers free shipping on all orders over $100. All you have to do is register on our website or call us at 1-855-968-6337 to place your order. After you have done that simply send us your prescription. To make it even easier ask your doctor to fax us your prescription directly from his or her office. Once we have received all of the necessary information our team of pharmacy technicians and licensed physicians will review your order. Innohep is used in the treatment and prevention of dangerous blood clots.
A blood clot is when your blood coagulates. That is, it firms up and becomes a gel. This is the natural way your body prevents significant or fatal blood loss when you get cut or wounded. Dangerous blood clots, also known as thrombus, occur when blood coagulates while still inside your veins or arteries causing an obstruction of the blood vessel. This obstruction can lead to strokes, aneurysms, heart attacks, and pulmonary embolisms, especially if the clot occurs in the deep veins in your body which feed your internal and vital organs. Blood clots that form in your deep veins is a condition called Deep Vein Thrombosis, or DVT, and it is considered life-threatening. The symptoms of DVT are swelling in the affected limb, redness or discoloration of the affected limb, visible veins in the affected limb, and pain or tenderness of the affected limb. Speak to your doctor if you believe you have a blood clot.
The best way to treat a condition is almost always by preventing it from occurring in the first place. Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes achieve this by suppressing your blood's ability to coagulate. Tinzaparin is an anticoagulant and the active ingredient in Innohep. It is the only anticoagulant of its kind shown to be safe when used during pregnancy, as well as in people with kidney failure. By using an anticoagulant like Innohep you can also help to avoid an embolism or other serious attack if blood clots have already formed. An embolism is when an already formed blood clot breaks free into your blood stream, and it is considered life-threatening because it can cause blockages when it gets to major organs.
Usually, your doctor will ask that you take a single injection of Innohep 3500iu/.35ml every day for between seven to ten days after a surgery. The injection should be given near your stomach or buttocks, and it should be given just under the skin. Gently pinch a fold of skin between your thumb and index finger and inject the medication into the fold of skin. Be careful not to inject Innohep into the muscle. Press down the plunger slowly to deliver the medication. Remove the syringe. Try to use a different area of skin each time when you inject Innohep. Despite this advice always follow your doctor's directions above all others when using Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes. Your doctor or nurse will likely show you exactly how to inject yourself with Innohep. If you are unsure or have any questions about using Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes ask your doctor.
Do not use Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes if you are allergic to them or any of the ingredients listed on the box. If you believe you are having an allergic reaction seek immediate medical attention. Avoid using Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes if you have a history of heart trouble or severe kidney failure. You should also not use Innohep if you have had surgery on your eyes, heart, or liver. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before using Innohep 3500iu/.35ml Pre-filled Syringes.