Warfarin

Warfarin is an Oral anticoagulant which is used to prevent the blood from clotting. Oral means it’s taken by mouth. An anticoagulant is a medicine that stops blood clotting.

General Details : 

Schedule : Schedule “H”

Prescription : Required

Legal Status : Approved

Warfarin class :

Anticoagulants

Types of Warfarin :

Tablets

Powder for Injection (discontinued)

What will be covered in this Section?

General information on Warfarin

Uses, Side effects, Dosage, Precautions of Warfarin

FAQs and Expert advise on Warfarin

Interaction with Other medicines, alcohol, foods and others

Warnings, habit forming tendency

Warfarin during Pregnancy and breastfeeding

Advance information for medical and pharmacy students

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