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Myocardial infarction (MI) or acute myocardial infarction (AMI), commonly known as a heart attack, is the inte...
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Aspirin 8,354 Lipitor 2,412 Plavix 1,712
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Plavix
Other name: Prasugrel (Prasugrel)
Other name: Clopidogrel (Clopidogrel)
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Prasugrel (marketing name Effient in the US, Efient in the EU and Prasita in India) is a novel platelet inhibitor developed by Daiichi Sankyo Co. and produced by Ube Industries and currently marketed in the United States in cooperation ...
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Clopidogrel is an oral, thienopyridine class Antiplatelet drug used to inhibit blood clots in coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease. It is marketed by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi-Aventis under the trade na...
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Prasugrel (marketing name Effient in the US, Efient in the EU and Prasita in India) is a novel platelet inhibitor developed by Daiichi Sankyo Co. and produced by Ube Industries and currently marketed in the United States in cooperation ...
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Clopidogrel is an oral, thienopyridine class Antiplatelet drug used to inhibit blood clots in coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease. It is marketed by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi-Aventis under the trade na...
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plavix and later effient both made me feel bad--- sour...
" I had cardiac stents inserted and was prescribed plavix and later effient both made me feel bad--- sour stomich, musicel ache, back... "

cardiologist has changed me from Plavix to Effient which is...
" My cardiologist has changed me from Plavix to Effient which is supposed to be ...5 days but the heartburn seems to have improved, but not completely gon... "

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have shortness of breath while on effient, I do so Dr....
" ...have shortness of breath while on effient, I do so Dr. ...body of it? On plavix/ effient... "

the other is taking Effient (Prasugrel). Naturally, I ask...
" Plavix and Effient Pre-op I have two patients ...toe arthrodesis surgery. One is taking Plavix (Clopidogrel), and the other is taking Effient (Prasugrel). Naturally, I ask the... "

Because clinical trails showed Effient was more effective...
" ...the osteoporosis drug Evista has also pressured shares, he wrote. Because clinical trails showed Effient was more effective than Plavix at reducing blood clots, Boris estimated the drug could... "

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Effient and Plavix are both very effective as well as...
" ...Most people can take a baby aspirin every other day ...see what you can tolerate. Effient and Plavix are both very effective as well as aspirin, ...but could potentially work in aspirins p... "

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Started taking effient (10 mg) 1/30/10. In a 6 month period...
" Started taking effient (10 mg) 1/30/10. In a ...did not stop until off Effient 3 days or more each ...was either colostomy or stay off the Effient. Now on Plavix for a month, so far so... "

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Then they Rx'd Effient. That was an excellent oral med, but...
" ...Rx'd. At first they put me on Plavix, and I was allergic ...(hives). Then they Rx'd Effient. That was an excellent oral med, but it ...bleeding to death. Anyway, I'm finally off Effient now a... "

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not doing anything.They gave me Effient and 4 baby aspirin...
" ...was toooo thick and the Plavix was not doing anything.They gave me Effient and 4 baby aspirin to ...realize I will probably be on Effient and aspirin for life but...I... "

should be OK. I am on Effient, as I am allergic to Plavix,...
" ...undergo surgeries while on Plavix AND aspirin. I am ...and had only taken a couple of aspirin.... wasn't on thinners ...be OK. I am on Effient, as I am allergic to Plavix, and don't have any... "

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