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an·ti·plate·let

(an'tē-plāt'let),
A substance that manifests a lytic or agglutinative action on blood platelets, thereby inhibiting or destroying the effects of the latter.

antiplatelet

(ăn′tē-plāt′lĭt, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Acting against or destroying blood platelets.

antiplatelet

[-plat′lit]
any agent that destroys platelets or inhibits their function.

antiplatelet

directed against or destructive to blood platelets; inhibiting platelet function.

antiplatelet antibody
autoantibody against platelets, the cause of immune-mediated thrombocytopenia. Detected by the platelet factor 3 release test.
antiplatelet drugs
the prevention of thromboembolic disorders in animals is limited mainly to the treatment of cats with arterial thromboembolism and dogs with heartworms. Platelet aggregation may be impeded by treatment with aspirin, dipyrimadole, sulfinpyrazone or propranolol.
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emblica was not demonstrated in a robust clinical trial, and the risk of pharmacodynamic interaction if used with the common antiplatelet drugs like clopidogrel or ecosprin were not established.
This modulating effect of antiplatelet drugs on the efficacy of B vitamins might be explainable by the observation that the adverse effect of homocysteine on the cardiovascular system is mediated in part by increased platelet aggregation.
Determinants of the interindividual variability in response to antiplatelet drugs [Review].
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Further, antiplatelet drugs often must be stopped five to seven days or more before an operation for antiplatelet activity to return to normal, which extends the amount of time patients are off of DAPT and increases the risk for an adverse cardiac event.
However another aspect of the study, which was the largest one of its kind, demonstrated that patients who took antiplatelet drugs, such as aspirin, prior to surgery lowered their risk of ischaemic stroke in the first six weeks by 70%.
At discharge the patient was indefinitely medicated with betablockers, angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, diuretic and antiplatelet drugs.
3-7) The introduction of newer antiplatelet drugs as well as generic versions of clopidogrel, following Plavix's loss of patent protection on May 17, 2012, changes the economic incentives that are associated with managing these risks.
While even some of the best-managed patients will suffer a serious hemorrhage from taking warfarin or antiplatelet drugs, the risk of a major bleeding episode from nutritional anticoagulants such as garlic, fish oil, vitamin E, vitamin B6, and nattokinase appears to be remote.