fondaparinux

fondaparinux
A drug used to prevent blood clots from forming inside blood vessels in the leg. It is being studied in the prevention of blood clots in some cancer patients, including women having surgery for cancer of the reproductive tract. It is a type of anticoagulant. Also called fondaparinux sodium and Arixtra.

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  • fondaparinux sodium — fon·da·par·i·nux so·d·ium (fon″də parґĭ nuks) an antithrombotic compound that inhibits factor Xa by selectively binding antithrombin III, used in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis; administered subcutaneously …   Medical dictionary

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