Product name: heparin sodium.
Grade: topical grade.
Origin: healthy porcine intestinal mucosa.
Packing: in double-layer aseptic plastic bag, then in officinal aluminum tin and then in carton.
Heparin sodium (topical grade) is refined from crude heparin by removing proteins, nucleic acids and some pigments.
This product can be used as the raw material of other heparin products such as LMWHs or made into external preparations which treat epidemic-phlebitis, parenchyma-contusion, hemorrhoid, canker, eczema, and so on.
Origin: porcine intestinal mucosa.
Appearance: hygroscopic, white or almost white powder.
Potency: ≥ 155 IU/mg
Specific rotation: ≥ +35°.
Light absorption: A260 nm ≤ 0.1, A280 nm ≤ 0.1.
pH: 5.0 - 7.0.
Solubility: soluble in water.
Appearance of solution: clear, better than Y5.
Nitrogen content: 1.5% - 2.5%.
Sodium content: 9.5% - 12.5%.
Sulfated ash: 30.0% - 43.0%.
Heavy metal: ≤ 30 ppm.
Loss on drying: ≤ 5.0%.
Impurity (1H-NMR): complies.
Alcohol residue: ≤ 5,000 ppm.
Bacterial endotoxin: ≤ 0.01 IU/IU of heparin.
Catalog number: AG06-0001.
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