Anticoagulants help prevent the formation of harmful blood clots in the legs, lungs, brain and heart.
How do Anticoagulants function?
Anticoagulants work by interrupting the process involved in the formation of blood clots. They’re sometimes called “blood-thinning” medicines.
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