Can coumadin cause kidney failure?

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31 May 2010

In very rare cases Coumadin has caused acute renal failure due to interstitial nephritis.

Read more: http://www.drugs.com/sfx/coumadin-side-effects.html#ixzz0pU1t0mmX

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Anonymous 31 May 2010

That is one, I didn't know.

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