- n. Plural form of anticoagulant.
“Persons with heart disease often take medicine called anticoagulants that do not allow the blood to clot normally.”
“Medicines that can cause hair loss include blood thinners (also called anticoagulants), medicines used for gout, medicines used in chemotherapy to treat cancer, vitamin A (if too much is taken), birth control pills and antidepressants.”
“The "anticoagulants" of Fed liquidity expansion, increased loan guarantees for small business, and a tax credit for first-time home buyers help the economy's peripheral circulation.”
“The most controversial aspect of DCD is the practice of giving patients drugs such as anticoagulants to preserve organs before, or just as, life support is removed.”
“Also, taking white willow can interact with other herbs or drugs, such as anticoagulants, beta blockers, diuretics, NSAIs and methotrexates.”
“It is a current, and potentially also future, source of medically useful molecular factors, such as anticoagulants and antibacterial peptides [2-12], which may have evolved as a result of its parasitizing large mammals, including humans.”
“It may interact with some medications, such as anticoagulants, thyroid hormones, certain antibiotics, beta-blockers (for high blood pressure), hormonal contraceptives and more.”
“It may interact with some medications, such as anticoagulants, thyroid hormones, certain antibiotics, beta-blockers”
“In addition, The Joint Commission's medication management standards require organizations to pay particular attention to high-risk drugs such as anticoagulants in order to improve safety.”
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