phenindione


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phenindione

An ANTICOAGULANT drug that can be taken by mouth. Now little used because of allergic side effects. A brand name, no longer used in the UK, is Dindevan.
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ORAL ANTICOAGULANTS: Conventional drugs like coumarin derivatives: warfarin, Indanedione group: phenindione drugs and newer oral anticoagulants (DTI) are: Dabigatran and Rivaroxiban.
45[R]) gold salts (Ridaura[R], Myochrysine[R], Solganal[R]), lithium (Carbolith[R], Duralith[R], Lithane[R], Camcolit[R], Liskonum[R]), phenindione (Athrombon[R]), radio-pharmaceuticals, retinoids, tetracyclines, and pseudoephedrine (Sudafed[R], Halofed[R], Novafed[R]) (Hale, 2006; Lawrence, 1997).