Traducción de anticoagulant en Español:


anticoagulante, n.

Pronunciación /ˌæn(t)ikoʊˈæɡjələnt//ˌænˌtaɪkoʊˈæɡjələnt//ˌantɪkəʊˈaɡjʊl(ə)nt/


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    anticoagulante masculino
    • Oral anticoagulants were superior to aspirin in preventing occlusion of autologous venous grafts, while aspirin provided better results in patients with nonvenous grafts.
    • Although some anticoagulants such as aspirin are available freely without prescription, they should always be taken following the instructions of your GP or other healthcare specialist.
    • Ginseng should not be used with monoamine oxidase inhibitors, stimulants, or anticoagulants.
    • The most widely used oral anticoagulants are coumarin derivatives.
    • For unstable angina the treatment is a daily 300 mg dose of aspirin, and injectable anticoagulants such as Heparin are administered in hospital.
    • Treatment then continued with a transition to long term use of oral anticoagulants (vitamin K antagonists).
    • If a stroke is still developing, anticoagulants (blood-thinning drugs given in hospital) may help prevent things getting worse.
    • Examples of anticoagulants include aspirin, heparin, and warfarin.
    • Furthermore, almost any drug can interact with oral anticoagulants, and many (such as steroids and antibiotics) often increase the anticoagulant effect.
    • Antihypertensive drugs, diuretics and anticoagulants, etc., which were being used before the traditional herbal therapy, were continued.
    • They were discharged with specific dietary instructions and were told to avoid aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and anticoagulants, if possible.
    • Concomitant use of anticoagulants increases the risk of bleeding complications.
    • Management includes anticoagulants, especially anti-platelet medications such as aspirin.
    • Blood thinners, or anticoagulants, such as heparin, will not dissolve clots already formed, but will keep them from growing and prevent new ones from forming.
    • Compulsive attention to anticoagulants and preservatives is essential for correct test results.
    • The anticoagulants used are heparin (given through a vein as a ‘drip’ or injected just under the skin twice each day) or warfarin (taken as tablets).
    • Postoperatively all patients received oral anticoagulants and digoxin as standard procedure.
    • Adverse events were associated with the use of analgesics, antibiotics, sedatives, chemotherapeutic agents, cardiovascular drugs, and anticoagulants.
    • Patients with a poor short-term prognosis, those with contraindications to aspirin and those taking anticoagulants or anti-inflammatory agents were excluded from the study.
    • These anticoagulants are poison for wildlife, but one of them - warfarin - is a spectacularly great medicine for human beings when meted out in the proper dose.


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    • Alcohol has two anticoagulant effects which make blood less likely to clot in the wrong place.
    • In order to understand more clearly the effects that anticoagulant treatment was having on a patient's life, the patient was given a small disposable camera, costing around £5, and asked to take pictures.
    • Aspirin has a direct irritant effect on stomach lining and can cause stomach bleeding, and it increases the risk of bleeding due to enhancement of the anticoagulant effect of warfarin.
    • These characteristics result in a more prolonged and predictable anticoagulant effect and less bleeding.
    • As there is an exponential increase in bleeding risk with a linear increase in anticoagulant effect, there will be a substantial increase in bleeding risk with overanticoagulation.
    • Furthermore, almost any drug can interact with oral anticoagulants, and many (such as steroids and antibiotics) often increase the anticoagulant effect.
    • This anticoagulant effect might indeed explain why your lab results have been changing.
    • In hemostasis, there is a balance between procoagulant factors and natural anticoagulant proteins.
    • Chinese patients are reportedly more sensitive than Caucasians to the anticoagulant effect of warfarin.
    • Difenacoum, detected in her blood samples, can be absorbed through skin, with prolonged anticoagulant effects.
    • The identification of new genetic variants that may either directly or indirectly affect coagulation or the anticoagulant pathway, may greatly advance the understanding and clinical management of thrombophilia.
    • If indicated, vitamin E oil should be discontinued two weeks before surgery because it may have an anticoagulant effect.
    • This mutant exhibits lowered activation rates and anticoagulant activity.
    • Coagulation studies would be indicated if the patient is receiving anticoagulant therapy, has a family or personal history that suggests a bleeding disorder or has evidence of liver disease.
    • They have a more predictable anticoagulant effect and cause less thrombocytopenia.
    • These include a change in the balance between procoagulant and anticoagulant factors in the blood.
    • The unit's pump and the blood set are specially designed to cooperate during the collection process to assure that the collected product has a precise blood to anticoagulant ratio.
    • Large amounts of garlic can increase the anticoagulant effects of pharmaceutical blood thinners (warfarin, high dose aspirin).
    • Blood was mixed with anticoagulant sodium citrate (9 parts blood to 1 part citrate).
    • Herbs with anticoagulant effects include herbs that have blood-activating and blood-stasis-removing functions.