Names Of Current Blood Thinners

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names of current blood thinners and side effects

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David Says:
There are many different types of blood thinners (prescription and natural):

"Multiple Names of Blood Thinners can often apply to the same drug. For example, Coumadin is the brand name for warfarin, and Clexane and Lovenox are two different brand Names of Blood Thinners for one type of heparin drug. Some of the most common blood thinners are listed in the link below. Both the brand names and generic Names of Blood Thinners are included:"

Also included in that link is a list of side effects associated with these blood thinners. If you take a look at the top left of the page you'll find a tab that says "side effects of blood thinners".

I hope this information helps!

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Laird Says:
Is Metroplolol the beta blocker a blood thinner?

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