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Heparin manufacturers

41 products found

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heparin + troxerutin + dexpanthenol

Gel 1000 IU + 20 mg + 100 mg/g

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
European Union
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP

heparin

Gel 10000 IU/g

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
European Union
Dossier status
Under Development
GMP approvals
EU GMP

heparin

Cutaneous spray 2.400 IU/g - 25 g

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
European Union
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Unavailable markets
Bulgaria, Mexico, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, North Korea
Registered in
Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia

heparin

Pre-filled syringe 1USP Unit/ml, 10USP Units/ml, 100USP Units/ml

Dossier type
US CTD
Country of origin
United States
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
FDA

heparin

Injection 5000 UI/ 5 ml, 25000 UI/ 5 ml

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
India
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP, WHO

heparin

Ointment 500 unit/g

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Japan
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
Japan

heparin

Lotion 3 mg / g

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Japan
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
Japan

heparin

Gel 3 mg / g

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Japan
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
Japan

heparin

Cream 3 mg / g

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Japan
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
Japan

heparin

Injection 25.000IU

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
China
Dossier status
Ready
Clinical data
Not required
GMP approvals
China

Heparin Manufacturers

Unfractionated heparin is another name for heparin. Heparin is a chemical found in mammalian cells that occurs spontaneously. It's utilized as an anticoagulant in medicine, most notably to treat heart attacks and angina. Heparin acts by preventing blood coagulation and the spread of already formed clots. Medical treatments or medical problems can induce blood clots. Heparin is occasionally administered before surgery to lower the risk of coagulation. Heparin was discovered in 1916, but only in the 1930s was it licensed for medicinal usage. Heparin is now one of the pharmaceuticals on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, which includes the safest and most effective drugs for a healthcare system. Heparin has a number of side effects, the most prevalent of which include bleeding, injection site pain, and low blood platelets.Because Heparin lowers calcium levels, it is recommended that a calcium supplement be given throughout treatment. It's also a good idea to stay away from anticoagulant herbs and supplements.Heparin should be kept at room temperature, away from heat, moisture, and direct light, and in the original container.

Price of Heparin

Heparin patents have expired, and several firms are mass-producing the drug; as a result, Heparin manufacturers have kept prices quite low. The price of heparin is determined by the country in which it is sold as well as the country's health policies. Heparin costs roughly $4.18 per unit in the United States for a 1000 unit/ml injectable solution. Heparin costs around $5.99 per unit for a 5000 unit/ml injectable solution.Heparin costs $0.02 to $0.07 per unit for D5 percent and 0.45 percent intravenous solutions. The EU, Turkey, India, South Korea, Ukraine, Colombia, and Argentina are the main suppliers of heparin.

Navigating our pharmaceutical marketplace

Being a global B2B pharmaceutical online marketplace, Pipelinepharma is structured to simplify pharmaceutical deals by providing you with an intuitive interface that is easy to engage with. The selection of heparin offerings can be narrowed down with the use of filters and easily weighed against one another according to medication prices and commercial terms. The advanced filters help you filter out the countries for heparin manufacturers and heparin suppliers that you are looking for. These also enable you to check the dossier status of heparin, and the GMP approvals of the different variants of heparin. Also, each manufacturer or supplier product description contains essential information about heparin including clinical data, stability zones, countries where heparin is already registered in. Manufacturers also have special, and delivery terms.

Establishing commercial ties

If you are a pharmaceutical licensing company or a distributor you can enter into deals or negotiations over heparin offers with manufacturing companies after completing the free registration process and joining our online marketplace. This helps to ensure that you conclude the pharmaceutical deal at a reasonable cost and achieve the best cost/benefit ratio for your company while bypassing lengthy sourcing, negotiation, and ordering process. Once you have finalized a deal, you can look forward to a long-lasting business relationship with the manufacturers or suppliers. This way, the marketplace allows you as a distributor to skip the process of shortlisting product manufacturers every time you are looking for in-licensing or distribution deals.

Quality Assurance

To keep up to the quality standards other than Good Manufacturing Practice approvals that heparin manufacturers list has, we qualify their companies before they are on boarded on the platform. This allows us to screen heparin manufacturers for the quality of the pharmaceutical products’ dossiers and protect against the risk of possible malpractices.