Dipiridamol
  • Interacciones - Posible Riesgo Incrementado de Sangrado
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El dipiridamol, un medicamento que hace que la sangre se coagule con menos facilidad, es usado para reducir el riesgo de apoplejías, ataques cardiacos y otros padecimientos causados por coágulos sanguíneos.

Interacciones
Posible Riesgo Incrementado de Sangrado
Para información sobre interacciones potenciales con dipiridamol, vea el artículo en el medicamento relacionado pentoxifilina




Las referencias para este tema están contenidas en el artículo sobre la pentoxifilina.
Last Reviewed agosto 2013



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