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- n. A relatively low-molecular weight fraction of heparin that is used as an antithrombotic agent
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Daily injections of nadroparin, a low-molecular-weight heparin, in cancer patients during their entire cycle of chemotherapy reduced the risk of blood clots by
The intention-to-treat analysis of the study showed that the live birth rate did not differ significantly among the three treatment groups: 54.5 percent of those in the aspirin and nadroparin group had a live birth (67 women), compared with 50.8 percent in the aspirin group
Women who were to receive low-molecular-weight heparin received subcutaneous injections once a day of 2,850 international units of nadroparin from six weeks of gestational age through 12 hours before delivery.
During the study, three treatment groups were compared: aspirin and nadroparin (a low-molecular-weight heparin), aspirin alone, and placebo.
Side effects, most notably skin reactions, also occurred more often in women assigned to the aspirin and nadroparin group.