... chemistry? It is supposed to manage blood characteristics so that the chances of stroke are significantly reduced.
19 Apr 2012
The preferred test is the ecarin clotting time (ECT). This test is a better marker of the anticoagulant activity of Pradaxa (dabigatran) than activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) or thrombin time (TT). If ECT is not available, the aPTT test provides an approximation of Pradaxa’s anticoagulant activity. INR tests are unreliable in patients on Pradaxa.
- Pradaxa Information for Consumers
- Pradaxa Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Pradaxa (detailed)
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How do we know that this med is effective or not? I am aware that I have a malabsorption problem secondary to a gastric bypass almost 20 years ago, ...
1 answer • 2 Jun 2011
My husband is taking pradaxa for blood clots in his legs and to keep the bypass in his leg open. I have been told that he should come off blood ...
2 answers • 29 Jul 2011
Been on it three months for AFib and this just started recently and it also seems to have lowered my blood pressure and pulse rate.
2 answers • 16 Nov 2011
... blood tests like coumadin, my mom is 88 yrs old and she has trouble with the weekly blood tests and she cannot take pradaxa due to a chronic ...
3 answers • 15 May 2012