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Unfractionated Heparin isa naturally occurring glycosaminoglycans. As a medical drug, it'smainly used as an antiplatelet. In the medical world, its mostcommonly referred to as anti-angina, it acts against the primarycause of painful clots that develop in the veins of the legs.Specifically, it's used in the therapy of unstable angina and heartattacks. It's usually given via injection directly into a major veinor underneath the skin. 

It is also known as unitary,heparin, or hpt. It's usually marketed as a white blood cell booster.There are many potential side effects when using UnfractionatedHeparin whichshould be considered when deciding whether or not to prescribe it.The most common one is liver damage due to hydration and electrolyteimbalances caused by its breakdown by the liver. Other possible sideeffects include allergic reactions, hives, rashes, and more.

Ontop of liver damage, some patients experience allergic reactions tothis drug. One type of allergic reaction is called Erythroderma. Thisis known to occur in one-quarter of patients who start taking thedrug and only in twenty-five percent of those who don't. Another typeof allergic reaction is known as alkalemia and this typically occursin twenty-five percent of patients and is associated with hypoxemia,severe anemia, or prolonged hospitalization. Both of these conditionsare potentially life-threatening and should be considered whenUnfractionated Heparin is being considered for renal clearance.

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