Generic Medicine Info
Indications and Dosage
Adult: 1 capsule (containing 250 LSU) bid.

Adult: IM/IV: 1 ampoule (containing 600 LSU) daily. Treatment may be started with parenteral form for 15-20 days, then continued with oral form for 30-40 days. Repeat treatment cycle for at least 2 times a yr.
Should be taken on an empty stomach.
Hypersensitivity to sulodexide, heparin, and heparin-like products. Diathesis, haemorrhagic conditions. Pregnancy.
Adverse Reactions
Oral: Nausea, vomiting, epigastric pain. Parenteral: Pain, burning and haematoma at inj site.
Description: Sulodexide is a heparinoid consisting of 80% fast moving heparin and 20% dermatan sulfate. It is hypolipidaemic and antithrombotic and has been administered by mouth and parenterally for peripheral vascular disease and cerebrovascular disease. It is also included in topical preparations for local vascular inflammation and soft tissue disorders. Sulodexide differs from heparin by having a longer half-life and a decreased effect on systemic clotting and bleeding. As admin of heparin and low molecular wt heparin results in a release of lipoprotein lipase, the activity of sulodexide is expressed as Lipoprotein lipase Releasing Units (LSU). 1 mg of sulodexide is equivalent to 10 LSU.
MIMS Class
Anticoagulants, Antiplatelets & Fibrinolytics (Thrombolytics)
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