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The drug, known as tissue plasminogen activator (tPA), is a potent blood thinner and was approved as an effective clot-busting treatment by the Food and Drug Administration in 1996.
Pfizer’s financial fortunes were boosted by strong demand for flagship drugs like the Prevnar, the rheumatoid arthritis treatment Xeljanz, and the blood thinner Eliquis.
Cobalt Lodge Health Care and Rehabilitation Center in East Hampton was fined $540 after a resident went six days without receiving a blood thinner medication.
Why So Many Americans Still Die in Childbirth With her history of blood clots in mind, Williams requested a CT scan and blood thinner.
Poison, perhaps in the form of the poisonous, tasteless blood thinner warfarin, could have easily been slipped in Stalin’s drink and could have caused his stomach hemorrhaging, Faria writes.
Snyder didn’t send him to the hospital but instead treated him with amyl nitrate for angina; heparin, a blood thinner; and morphine for the pain.
Bristol-Meyers, maker of the blood thinner Plavix, is based in New York.
The list of drugs made there includes 13 of the world’s top-selling brand-name drugs, such as Humira, the rheumatoid arthritis drug, and Xarelto, a blood thinner for stroke prevention, The New York Times reported.
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