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Drugs for Treatment of Blood Clots

Are you searching for medications to treat 'Blood Clots'? Welcome to this section, which serves as a repository for medications that are relevant to the treatment of Blood Clots. The page includes both the generic and brand names and can be an invaluable resource for healthcare professionals and individuals who wish to get an insight on different medication options.
Click on a medication below to view details including brand names, prices, dosages, side effects, and administration guidelines.
Additionally, a FAQs section is available for each medication, addressing popular inquiries and providing deeper insights into its use for Blood Clots management.
We recommend consulting your doctor to verify the information presented on this page or for any additional clarifications.
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Blood Clots
An abnormal blood clot forms when there is damage to the lining of an artery or stagnation of blood in a vein; it obstructs the normal circulation of blood. A clot can form even in the absence of a cut.

Brand Names and Generic Names of Drugs for Treatment of Blood Clots

Bemiparin

Bemiparin is used for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis with or without pulmonary (lung related) embolism, for the prophylaxis (prevention) of venous thromboembolism in both surgical and non-surgical patients, and for clot prevention in an extracorporeal system during dialysis for the kidneys.
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Betrixaban

Betrixaban is prescribed to prevent venous thromboembolism in adult patients who are hospitalized for an acute illness and are at a greater risk of developing a clot due to the restricted mobility or any thromboembolic related risk factors.

Fostamatinib

Fostamatinib is a spleen tyrosine kinase inhibitor prescribed to treat adult patients with chronic immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) who have showed a loss of response or failure to the previous treatment schedule.
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Gensparin

Gensparin prevents the formation of blood clots and is hence used for the treatment of thrombolytic disorders.

Lusutrombopag

Lusutrombopag is used to treat thrombocytopenia, a condition of abnormally low platelet counts in adult patients with severe liver dysfunction who are scheduled to undergo a medical or dental procedure.



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The use of rate of postoperative blood clots as a hospital quality measure is being questioned by a new study published by JAMA .
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Slide animation to explain how a clot is formed in the deep veins and the complications of deep vein thrombosis.
Deep Vein Thrombosis and Flying
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