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Other names: Clopidogrel
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
Clopidogrel is an oral, thienopyridine class Antiplatelet drug used to inhibit blood clots in coronary artery disease, peripheral vasc...
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Plavix for Heart Attack
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Plavix & Bone Marrow Biopsy

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refused it. He is on Plavix. He is less swollen but still...
" ...offered an ablation but he refused it. He is on Plavix. He is less swollen but still tires out easily. He is having a bone marrow biopsy done on Tuesday. He will also get the results... "

blood tests and bone marrow biopsy) 5 or 6 years back....
" ...(throgh blood tests and bone marrow biopsy) 5 or 6 years ...at the moment I take aspirin 81 mg, lipitor 10 mg. (another hemo. said that it helps to keep cholesterol down) and plavix 75 mg. (its ... "

a month's recovery on Plavix. I finally had the transplant...
" ...and a month's recovery on Plavix. I finally had the transplant ...July 2012. I was taken off the Revlimid because I had been ...Revlimid users. I had a bone marrow biopsy in October 2012 ... "

LOL!...I'm currently taking Plavix and baby aspirin,...
" ...the dose of Valium they gave me)...one down, one ...some people have the bone marrow biopsy without anesthesia, but I ...'em!...too cowardly LOL!...I'm currently taking Plavix and baby aspiri... "

start Vidaza. I was on plavix and Lipitor and was advised...
" ...I was recently diagnosed with MDS. I am 73 YO ...a hematologist. He did a bone marrow biopsy and said there were some ...and he wanted to start Vidaza. I was on plavix and Lipitor and was ... "

when it was stated on the PLAVIX website that 6 months...
" ...medicated stent was inserted. She was put on Plavix in addition to a full ...red blood cells. A bone marrow biopsy two days later revealed ...years when it was stated on the PLAVIX website ... "

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I thought it was due to the Plavix I was on. I had my first...
" ...it was due to the Plavix I was on. I had ...so I went to another hemotologist who did a bone marrow biopsy. I ended up in the hospital in September because... "

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I thought it was due to the Plavix I was on. I had my first...
" ...it was due to the Plavix I was on. I had ...so I went to another hemotologist who did a bone marrow biopsy. I ended up in the hospital in September because... "

put him back on plavix and its back to being low again....
" ...they put him back on plavix and its back to being ...ran every test in the book including doing two bone marrow biopsy's all results came back negative,,,now he wants us to... "

I'm having a new marrow biopsy Monday to confirm. I had...
" ...\"plateau\", and I'm having a new marrow biopsy Monday to confirm. I had ...cessation? BTW, I am taking clopidogrel (Plavix) and (the ubiquitous) atorvastatin... "

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