What Is The Risk Factors Of The Acitrom

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what is the risk factors of the acitrom for the valve replacement patients

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Actually my father was expired and the cause of death is ACUTE SUBDURAL HEMATOMA ACITROM INDUCED My father underwent double valve replacement and he was in anticoagulant theraphy.

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my wife is 5 month pregnant and she is suffering from dvt in left leg and she had prescribed acitrom 3 mg daily, but we both worried about baby mental and physical development. last period date of my wife is 30/01/2012 please tell us is our child is safe or any side effects of acitrom will harm the baby.

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