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Bleeding Alert Sounded for Stroke Drugs
MONDAY, March 8 (HealthDay News) -- People treated with the clot-dissolving drug tPA for a stroke caused by a blocked brain artery are significantly more likely to have excess bleeding if they have been taking the anti-clotting drug Coumadin, even though a test shows no great danger of bleeding, new research indicates.
"In our small sample, there was a 10-fold increased risk among those taking Coumadin [warfarin]," said study author Dr. Shyam Prabhakaran, an assistant professor of neurological sciences and head of the stroke program at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. "I think we have raised a doubt that hasn't been looked at before and should make us be sure that tPA is safe for these patients before we move forward."Read entire article...
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