Lovanox

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A healthcare provider may prescribe Lovenox® (enoxaparin sodium) to prevent or treat blood clots, as well as to prevent various complications after certain heart-related events. Lovenox is a low molecular weight heparin medication and works by slowing down the formation of blood clots and allowing the body to break them down naturally. It comes in injectable form and is given once or twice a day just under the skin (subcutaneously). Do not stop taking this medicine too soon, as it may increase your risk for serious problems.
 
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