phenprocoumon


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phenprocoumon, (fenprō´koomən),

n a long-acting, orally effective anticoagulant.
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A similar but less drastic decrease was observed among the 64 patients taking a different anticoagulant, phenprocoumon, who were given dicloxacillin.
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1) Patients taking Capecitabine in combination with anticoagulation drugs, like warfarin and phenprocoumon, should have their coagulation response monitored frequently.
Although the current treatment for stroke - vitamin K antagonists, acenocoumarol and phenprocoumon - can be effective, they are also associated with a number of drawbacks and are currently underused, particularly in elderly patients who are at greatest risk of stroke.
Effect of phenprocoumon on monitoring ot lepirudin, argatroban, melagatran and unfractionated heparin with the PiCT method.
His regular medications were digitoxin, isosorbid-5-mononitrate, allopurinol, ranitidine, flavonoid, diosmin and phenprocoumon.
phenprocoumon, warfarin), the immunosuppressants cyclosporine and tacrolimus, HIV protease and reverse transcriptase inhibitors, and the antineoplastic agents irinotecan and imatinib mesylate (Mannel, 2004).
Drug interactions as a cause of overanticoagulation on phenprocoumon or acenocoumarol predominantly concern antibacterial drugs.
Maurer A, Johne A, Bauer 5, Brockmoller J, Donath F, Roots I, Langheinrich M, Hubner W-D (1999) Interaction of St John's wort extract with phenprocoumon [abstract].
In this open-label study 428 patients undergoing electrical cardioversion of atrial fibrillation were randomized to enoxaparin or intravenous unfractionated heparin followed by phenprocoumon, a drug used in Europe much the way American physicians use warfarin.