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Price explains that the product is baited food laced with warfarin, a blood thinner used for humans that is lethal to hogs.
That apparently referred to erroneous results in a test of blood clotting used for patients who take the blood thinner warfarin.
Kaput comes in pellets that are infused with warfarin, an anticoagulant used to minimize the chances of blood clots in humans that can cause heart attacks or strokes.
Hog poison: HB 3451 prevents the use of lethal pesticides, such as warfarin, to control the feral hog population until a study showing the impact on the environment, hunters and agriculture can be conducted.
According to one manufacturer’s website, 92 percent of patients with the device were able to stop using warfarin, a prescription blood thinner, within 45 days of implantation.
These include medications that thin the blood (aspirin; nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen and naproxen; warfarin; and newer oral anti-clotting agents) and dietary supplements such as fish oil, ginger, ginkgo biloba and ginseng.
Upon discharge from the hospital, he was instructed to stick to a low-fat diet, maintain his weight at 175 pounds, and take 5 mg of the blood-thinner warfarin daily.
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.
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First Known Use: 1950See Words from the same year
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