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blood thinner

n.
A drug used to inhibit blood clotting.
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blood thinner

n (fam) anticoagulante m
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Patients who have suffered severe Pradaxa blood thinner injuries or families who have lost loved ones to Pradaxa injury are encouraged to call the law firm of Wright & McGurk for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Garlic has the ability to decrease platelet stickiness, which will help in making your blood thinner.
Washington, Aug 28 (ANI): The blood thinner warfarin should be prescribed with caution in some heart patients with kidney failure, say researchers who found that the drug was linked to an increased risk of stroke.
A new way of making heparin, a common blood thinner, could protect against contamination.
An insider at London's City Hospital said: "His medical team knows he won't take their advice to rest so they are teaching him to inject blood thinner so he will be safe to fly.
Bayer AG's (Leverkusen DEU) blood thinner Xarelto matched the standard therapy at preventing blood clots in patients with an irregular heartbeat, results that may determine its success in a market worth as much as $14 billion a year.
Q: What can you tell me about dabigatran, a new blood thinner that is in the news?
Due to the ongoing Xarelto MDL, Legal-Bay, a law cash advance company, is reaffirming the fact that they are sufficiently prepared to handle large Xarelto pre-settlement funding requests for those who have experienced complications from using the blood thinner.
com)-- Product liability attorneys Mehr Law Group launched a new campaign today to help victims of Pradaxa[R], a popular blood thinner medication.
Company has other medical products they could sell but have focused mainly on blood thinner applications.
Aspirin acts as a blood thinner that prevents blood platelets from sticking together and forming clots, which block vessels and thus cause most heart attacks and strokes.
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms harmed any vodkas carrying bison grass extracts, due to it containing coumarin, a natural blood thinner.