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1 Parenteral Anticoagulant BY : Maha khalid Supervisor : Pro Dr Seham Hafez

2 Parenteral Anticoagulant UFH LMWH Fondaparinux UFH & LMWH all consist of high MW molecules that Are highly ionized (they don't absorbed from GIT they must given by IV infusion or deep SC injection. ( never IM )

3 Objective of anticoagulation To prevent death & recurrent event with acceptable rate of bleeding complications. Considering the high mortality rate (30 %) in untreated patient with suspected PE anticoagulant treatment should be consider while a waiting definitive diagnostic confirmation.

4 Goals of anticoagulation therapy 1-The efficacy of heparin therapy depends on achieving a critical therapeutic level of heparin within the first 24 hours of treatment. The critical therapeutic level of heparin is 1.5 times the baseline control value or the upper limit of normal range of the activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT). This level of anticoagulation is expected to correspond to a heparin blood level of U/mL by the protamine sulfate titration assay and by the antifactor X assay.

5 UFH Vs LMWH 1-Standard heparin is comprised of an unfractionated heterogeneous mixture of polysaccharide chains with mean molecular weights ranging from to daltons.1-Standard heparin is comprised of an unfractionated heterogeneous mixture of polysaccharide chains with mean molecular weights ranging from to daltons. 2-LMWHs are formed by depolymerization of unfractionated heparin side chains, producing “smaller” heparin fragments, with mean molecular weights ranging from 1000 daltons to daltons. 2-LMWHs are formed by depolymerization of unfractionated heparin side chains, producing “smaller” heparin fragments, with mean molecular weights ranging from 1000 daltons to daltons.

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7 UFH Vs LMWH 1- Both types of heparin inactivate factor Xa by interacting with antithrombin (AT)1- Both types of heparin inactivate factor Xa by interacting with antithrombin (AT) 2- unfractionated heparin (UFH) is able to inactivate factor IIa through formation of a tertiary complex.2- unfractionated heparin (UFH) is able to inactivate factor IIa through formation of a tertiary complex. 3- UFH inactivates factors IIa and Xa and affects the apTT (activated partial thromboplastin time )3- UFH inactivates factors IIa and Xa and affects the apTT (activated partial thromboplastin time ) 4-LMWH inhibits factor Xa and minimally affects factor IIa; thus activated partial thromboplastin time is not used to measure its anticoagulant activity4-LMWH inhibits factor Xa and minimally affects factor IIa; thus activated partial thromboplastin time is not used to measure its anticoagulant activity

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11 Anticoagulant Properties of UFH 4-Inhibits activated factors XII, XI, IX, X and II 3-Inhibits activation of fibrin stabilizing enzyme 2-Inhibits the aggregation of platelets by thrombin 1-Inhibits the thrombin-mediated conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin

12 Does not actively lyse but is able to inhibit further thrombogenesis. Prevents reaccumulation of clot after spontaneous fibrinolysis When unfractionated heparin is used, the aPTT should not be checked until 6 h after the initial heparin bolus because an extremely high or low value during this time should not provoke any action.

13 UFH weight based dose:

14 UFH Vs LMWH 1-Heparin half life is 1 hrs but it shorter in patient with PE It excreted by both hepatic & renal ways it would take 5 hrs ( five half lives to reach steady state, a loading dose is required to reduced the time to achieve adequate anticoagulation LMWH have potential desirable PK than heparin, they excreted renally & have longer half lives have more predictable dose response than UFH.,they can give once or at the most twice daily in fixed dose.

15 UFH Vs LMWH Hemorrhage commoner in patients with sever heart or liver disease,renal disease, general debility & women aged over 60 years. The risk of hemorrhage is increased in those with prolonged clotting times Heparin LMWH risk of hemorrhage is increased in those given heparin by Intermittent intravenous bolus rather than by continuous intravenous administration. LMWH may produce fewer hemorrhagic complication & monitoring of effect is not routinely required More less

16 Thrombocytopenia Heparin HIT LMWH LMWH are less likely to produce thrombocytopenia this complication only in :Patient only previoulsly developed thrombocytopenia after UFH.

17 Heparin induced thrombocytopenia “ HIT “ the first occurs after 3-5 days after initiate of treatment the second type occure after 6 days of FIRSTtreatment or hours to 2-3 days with re-exposure. doesnot result in complication often result in much more reduction in plateletscount & increased risk of thromboembolism.

18 HIT ( Mechanism ) HIT is the most common drug-induced thrombocytopenia in adults, complicating 1-4% of full-dose exposures to standard heparin. Unlike other thrombocytopenias, HIT carries a high thrombotic morbidity (30-50%) and mortality (10-15%) because it is a syndrome of platelet activation. Heparin forms a complex with platelet factor 4 (PF4) which is released from platelets by platelet activation. Antibody directed against the heparin-PF4 complex binds via its Fab region. The antibody-heparin- PF4 immune complex binds to the Fc receptor on the surface of the platelet leading to activation of the platelet.HIT is the most common drug-induced thrombocytopenia in adults, complicating 1-4% of full-dose exposures to standard heparin. Unlike other thrombocytopenias, HIT carries a high thrombotic morbidity (30-50%) and mortality (10-15%) because it is a syndrome of platelet activation. Heparin forms a complex with platelet factor 4 (PF4) which is released from platelets by platelet activation. Antibody directed against the heparin-PF4 complex binds via its Fab region. The antibody-heparin- PF4 immune complex binds to the Fc receptor on the surface of the platelet leading to activation of the platelet.

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20 Criteria for Diagnosing HIT

21 Complications of HIT 1-Deep vein thrombosis 2-Pulmonary embolism2-Pulmonary embolism 3-Myocardial infarction3-Myocardial infarction 4-Occlusion of limb arteries (possibly resulting in amputation)4-Occlusion of limb arteries (possibly resulting in amputation) 5-Cerebrovascular accidents (stroke )5-Cerebrovascular accidents (stroke ) 6-Skin necrosis6-Skin necrosis 7-End-organ damage (e.g., adrenal, bowel, spleen, gallbladder or hepatic infarction; renal failure)7-End-organ damage (e.g., adrenal, bowel, spleen, gallbladder or hepatic infarction; renal failure) 8-Death8-Death

22 Treatment of HIT : 1-ALL heparin (lines, flushes, heparin-coated catheters, LMWH ) must be stopped Platelet transfusion (transfusion may precipitate thrombosis) should be AVOIDED warfarin in the acute phase of HIT (its use may precipitate venous gangrene and thrombosis ). C/I

23 Treatment of HIT : [1- lepirudin (rDNA) for injection highly specific direct inhibitor of thrombinthrombin indicated as an anticoagulant for prophylaxisprophylaxis or treatment of thrombosisthrombosis in patients with HIT and associated thromboembolic disease in order to prevent further thromboembolic complications. 2-Argatroban is a synthetic direct thrombin inhibitorthrombin indicated as an anticoagulant for prophylaxisprophylaxis or treatment of thrombosis inthrombosis patients with HIT

24 For how long UFH &LMWH should be used ? 1-Heparin used in immediate stages of venous1-Heparin used in immediate stages of venous thrombosis & PE until the effect of warfarin become apparent. become apparent. In the past it has been continued for 7-10 days In the past it has been continued for 7-10 days but recent evidence indicate that 3-5 days of therapy maybe sufficient in many instances : but recent evidence indicate that 3-5 days of therapy maybe sufficient in many instances : this will reduce the risk of HIT which normally occurred after 6 days.this will reduce the risk of HIT which normally occurred after 6 days. 2- LMWH are used for similar length but they are give SC without loading dose & without routinely monitoring.2- LMWH are used for similar length but they are give SC without loading dose & without routinely monitoring.

25 Enoxaparin Only LMWH approved by FDA for both treatment and prophylaxis of DVT and PE. Dose Adult :DVT/PE: 1 mg/kg SC q12h or 1.5 mg/kg SC qd Prophylaxis of DVT: 30 mg SC q12h Prophylaxis in abdominal surgery: 40 mg SC qd, first dose given 2 h prior to surgery Pediatric DVT/PE: 1 mg/kg SC q 12h Interactions: Platelet inhibitors or oral anticoagulants (eg, dipyridamole, salicylates, aspirin, NSAIDs, sulfinpyrazone, ticlopidine) may increase risk of bleeding

26 Enoxaparin(Con”d) contraindication Documented hypersensitivity; major bleeding; thrombocytopenia Pregnancy B - Usually safe but benefits must outweigh the risks Precautions If thromboembolic event occurs despite LMWH prophylaxis, discontinue drug and initiate alternate therapy; elevation of hepatic transaminases may occur but is reversible; HIT may occur; 1 mg protamine sulfate reverses effect of approximately 1 mg enoxaparin if significant bleeding complications develop

27 When LMWH will need dose adjustment : in patient with renal failure dose adjustment according to anti-Xa level. If crcl less than 30ml/min heparin is preferred very thin or very obese patient dose adjustment According to factor Xa Also patient at high risk of bleeding heparin should be considering as it effect is easy to reversed. pregnancy.

28 FONDAPARINUX Synthetic anticoagulant that works by inhibiting factor Xa a key component involved in blood clotting. Provides highly predictable response. Bioavailability is 100%. Has a rapid onset of action and a half-life of h, allowing for sustained antithrombotic activity over 24-h period Does not affect prothrombin time or activated partial Thromboplastin time, nor does it affect platelet function Dose : 2.5 mg SC qd

29 DRUG INTERACTIONS: None reported; increased risk of bleeding possible with concurrent administration of platelet inhibitors, oral anticoagulants, or thrombolytic agents Contraindication Documented hypersensitivity; seriously impaired kidney function or in patients who weigh <110 lb; patients given spinal anesthesia or spinal puncture Pregnancy C - Safety for use during pregnancy has not been established. Precautions When spinal anesthesia or spinal puncture used, may develop blood clot in spine, which can result in long-term or permanent paralysis

30 Finally which one is better UFH or LMWH ?

31 Several meta-analyses have indicated that: 1-LMWH is associated with less bleeding and fewer episodes of heparin- Induced thrombocytopenia Than UFH 2-patients receiving LMWH reported a higher quality of life in terms of physical and social function and sense of well-being. 3- Treatment of DVT with LMWH was more cost-effective than therapy with UFH because the length of The hospital stay was reduced by 60 to 70 percent without an increase in the cost of home health care

32 But Two recent studies of patients with DVT : To compare the effect of LMWH given on an outpatient basis SC twice daily with that of UFH given by continuous IV infusion in the No significant different was hospital found in rates of recurrent venous thromboembolism, hemorrhagic complications, development of thrombocytopenia or mortality. LMWH were as safe and effective as UFH and most patients were managed at home immediately after diagnosis or a brief hospitalization.

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34 THANK YOU


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