Pulmonary embolism and Malaria - from FDA reports
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Pulmonary embolism (blockage of the main artery of the lung) can be treated by Warfarin sodium, Coumadin, Xarelto, Lovenox, Eliquis (latest reports from 99,052 Pulmonary embolism patients)
Malaria (a parasitic disease due to mosquito bite) has been reported by people with malaria, hiv infection, onchocerciasis, chronic myeloid leukaemia, preventive health care (latest reports from 4,341 Malaria patients).
Drugs that are associated with MalariaMalaria (310 drugs)
Other conditions that could cause MalariaMalaria (227 conditions)
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- I would like to know how Tenormin caused pulmonary embolism. I've been on it for about 30 some years and just now learning this and a lot of other side effects. Can anyone tell me how likely it is to cause this and why? Also is there another beta blocker which is safer?
- I was diagnosed with pulmonary embolism and they still haven't told me why..I don't take the mirtazapine every day so I was wondering if that is what caused me to get it..I really need an answer because it's the only anti depressant that helps me sleep
- I'm 22. Got diagnosed with pulmonary embolism a month ago. I'm on 20mg of xarelto once a day and I'm wondering if I can mix, 25mg oxandrolone with it. I know warifin and oxandrolone do not mix well so I'm wondering if it is the same case for xarelto.
- Hi, i recently had a diagnostic laparoscopy to treat endometriosis and was injected with a depo provera shot. I am 22 years old. I was on the depo provera for birth control and endometriosis. I had a pulmonary embolism 2 years ago after my 3rd back surgery and was also on the depo shot then, but...
- Have a patient on xarelto for past 5 years - no problems and now after cardiac stent has been placed on brilinta and now has shortness of breath and decreasing renal function after 4 weeks of brilinta
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