Use of danaparoid for dialysis

I would be interested to know if anyone has used danaparoid for home dialysis and if so what the outcome was.

Danaparoid is a drug used to prevent deep vein thrombosis after surgery (for example hip replacement surgery). You can read more about it at: I assume you’re using this (or thinking about it) as an alternative to heparin?

If you look on PubMed - - and use key words “danaparoid” and “dialysis,” you will find a few studies where this drug was substituted when patients had hypersensitivity reactions to heparin. The number of patients studied was small, but the studies report that danaparoid worked as well as heparin during hemodialysis for those patients.

Here’s an article on alternatives to heparin during hemofiltration and hemodialysis when someone has heparin-induced thrombocytopenia and thrombosis: