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Treatment with warfarin (Coumadin): What to expect  
Abstract:  This handout describes warfarin, a medicine used to treat and prevent blood clots in the legs, lungs, heart, brain, and other parts of the body. All aspects of treatment with this medicine are covered from side effects to how to deal with a missed dose to how to monitor dietary intake of vitamin K.
Author: Anticoagulation Clinic/Pharmacy Services
Publisher/Date/Rev:  University of Washington Medical Center, 2002, April 1, 2016
UWMC Availability:  Anticoagulation Clinic/Pharmacy Services; Cardiac Diagnostic Services/5NE; Cardiology/5NE; Cardiothoracic Surgery/5NE; General Surgery/4NE; Seattle Cancer Care Alliance; 4NE (Neuro-Neurosurg, Otolaryngology, General Surg); 5NE; Cardiac Procedures
General Topics:  Drug Therapy
Specific Subject(s):  Medication Teaching; Medication Information; Medication; Blood Diseases and Disorders; Blood Coagulation Tests; Blood Coagulation Disorders; Blood
Language(s):  Chinese; English; Russian; Spanish; Vietnamese
Audience:  Caregiver; Patient
Format: Brochure
Reading Level: Technical
Cost: Unknown
Web Site Location:  http://healthonline.washington.edu/

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