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  • n. Plural form of thinner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In keeping with my theme on the misuse of technical words, I wrote about 'thinners' to illustrate the point about the erroneous addition of an 's' at the end of certain words.

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  • Blood thinners in the stroke-prevention indication are estimated to have a market potential of around $14 billion by 2017, with an estimated 4.5 billion patients affected by the problem world-wide.

    EU Backs Bayer's Blood Thinner

  • Older blood thinners, including warfarin, work by preventing platelets from sticking together.

    FDA staff recommends against J&J clotting drug

  • Pradaxa, a twice-a-day treatment from Boehringer Ingleheim GmbH, was approved late last year, making it the first among several new blood thinners on the market.

    Study Gives Lift to Drug That Cuts Stroke Risk

  • Together with previous positive studies involving two rival drugs, the results add to the evidence that warfarin's days as one of cardiology's go-to blood thinners are numbered.

    Study Gives Lift to Drug That Cuts Stroke Risk

  • A drug being developed by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer significantly outperformed warfarin in a major stroke-prevention study, boosting the drug's prospects in an emerging multibillion market for new blood thinners.

    What's News

  • A drug being developed by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and Pfizer Inc. significantly outperformed warfarin in a major stroke-prevention study, boosting the drug's prospects in an emerging multibillion market for new blood thinners.

    Study Gives Lift to Drug That Cuts Stroke Risk

  • Blood thinners: Use of the widely prescribed anticoagulant warfarin doubles a patient's risk of dying or suffering complications following an injury, according to a study in Archives of Surgery.

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  • The valves may grow with the child, and blood-thinners aren't required.

    Aortic Regurgitation

  • This valve may grow with the child and blood-thinners are not required.

    Pulmonary Stenosis

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