Is there any role of conventional heparin in acute MI?

Is there any role of conventional heparin in acute MI?

The video talks about role of conventional heparin in acute MI by Dr. Viveka Kumar, Senior Director - Cath Lab, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket. He explains that till the patient gets into cath lab or gets thrombolysis done, conventional heparin is good. If the patient has no access to thrombolysis or primary PTCA, then in those situations with the dual anti-platelets heparin is also given and the patient who gets post MI angina, heparin is considered to be good. He will explain that injectable heparin is given to patients who have acute MI, who are on medical management and who are thrombolyzed.