Recent Examples of thinner from the Web
Unlike clots in the legs and lungs, they must be treated through surgery, rather than blood thinners, Haut said.
He was hospitalized for four days and was treated with blood thinners.
Compression socks can help mitigate the effects, while a short-term prescription for a blood thinner can prevent clotting.
There had been previous differences between the team and Bosh regarding the prudence of a possible return while on blood thinners.
Bouton had a smaller stroke before his 2012 episode, which was treated immediately with blood thinner.
As the patient population is getting older, there’s a high incidence of diabetes, higher propensity of infections, people on beta blockers or blood thinners…
Starlin Weaver, a science education professor at Salisbury State University, takes the blood thinner to prevent blood clots like the one that nearly killed her in 2004.
In the Russian tradition, the therapeutic benefits are seen in the venom, a natural anticoagulant prescribed as a preventive treatment for stroke and heart disease, at a fraction of the cost of pharmaceutical blood thinners.
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Definition of thinner for English Language Learners
: a liquid (such as turpentine) that is added to paint to make it thinner and able to flow more easily
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