• Heparin
Description Heparin sodium is a sulphated glycosaminoglycan, which occurs in various mammalian tissues including the liver, lungs and intestine. Heparin has the characteristic property of delaying blood clotting through its action on antithrombin III which inhibits the activity of thrombin and Factor Xa. Thrombin and Factor Xa influence conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin, which is the main blood clotting process.

NZP's heparin sodium API is of Chinese porcine intestinal mucosa origin and is manufactured to the standards of the US and European Pharmacopoeia and also to SFDA GMP. NZP also holds a GMP certificate and a licence to pack medicines.
Molecular Weight 10,000 to 20,000
Synonyms Heparin Sodium (BP)
Use of Chemical Heparin is mainly used in pharmaceutical products for the treatment of thrombosis, phlebitis and embolism. It can be used to prevent coagulation during dialysis and other extracorporeal procedures or as a processing aid.

Other medical uses include the anticoagulation of blood samples and the flushing of catheters and cannulas to prevent blood clotting.
Appearance White or almost white powder
Standard Packsize 10 kg, 20 kg

Heparin

  • Product Code: 51

Standard pack sizes are displayed in the product description. For non-standard pack sizes an additional repacking fee may apply.