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6 Danaparoid Sodium Danaparoid  is a mixture of low molecular weight sulphated glycosaminoglycuronans derived from animal mucosa, comprising heparan sulphate (approx 84 %), dermatan sulphate (approx 12 %) and a minor amount of chondroitin sulphates A and C (approx 4 %) [85, 86]. It has a mean molecular weight of approximately 5,500 Da. Although often termed a low molecular weight ‘heparinoid’, it is free of heparin or heparin fragments and differs in chemical structure. Danaparoid has a high anti-Xa to anti-IIa activity ratio .
B. Drebes et al. 32 NOAC have also undergone phase III trials for the treatment of acute DVT and PE and secondary prevention of VTE, and all three agents have now been licensed for these indications and approved by NICE and the FDA. e. 0) as the comparator. controlled-trials. com/ISRCTN68222801). Further studies are required to elucidate the role of NOAC in APS-related stroke. In the Randomized, Phase II Study to Evaluate the Safety and Pharmacokinetics of Oral Dabigatran Etexilate in Patients after Heart Valve Replacement (RE-ALIGN) study, dabigatran (150–300 mg twice daily) was associated with increased rates of thromboembolic and bleeding complications, as compared with warfarin, thus showing no beneﬁt but an excess risk .
Two women who required warfarin anticoagulation after delivery and their infants were followed, in one case for 56 days and in the other for 131 days. Both women elected to continue to breastfeed. At no time was warfarin detected in the milk of either mother nor were there any changes in prothrombin activity in either infant. Phenindione and anisindione are less polar and more lipophilic and more likely to cross into the breast milk . This appears to be dosedependent but with doses of 50–75 mg the drug is usually detectable in breast milk  and should be avoided during breastfeeding due to the risk of hemorrhage in the infant .