What is Pradaxa
Approved as Treatment by the FDADabigatran etexilate, also known as Pradaxa, is approved by the FDA for 8 uses including Pulmonary Embolism and Pulmonary Embolism .
When to interrupt dosageThe proposed dosage of Pradaxa is contingent upon the diagnosed condition, such as Systemic Embolism, Deep Vein Thrombosis and recurrent Prophylaxis of Deep Vein Thrombosis. The measure of dosage can be found in the subsequent table, depending on the technique of delivery (e.g. Capsule - Oral or Capsule).
WarningsPradaxa has three contraindications which preclude its combination with the conditions given in the below table.Pradaxa Contraindications
Pradaxa Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Pradaxa?99 active clinical trials are currently investigating the potential of Pradaxa to provide relief from Pulmonary Embolism, Anticoagulant Therapy and Systemic Embolism.
Pradaxa Reviews: What are patients saying about Pradaxa?
Patient Q&A Section about pradaxaThese questions and answers are submitted by anonymous patients, and have not been verified by our internal team.
What's the difference between Eliquis and Pradaxa?
"Eliquis and Pradaxa work by blocking the action of clotting factors in your blood. Eliquis blocks factor Xa, and Pradaxa blocks thrombin. This prevents blood clots from forming in your blood vessels."
What foods should you avoid while taking Pradaxa?
"There are no dietary restrictions. However, you may need to limit many foods with vitamin K, such as leafy green vegetables and some vegetable oils. This is because vitamin K can affect the way warfarin works in your body."
What is the drug Pradaxa used for?
"Pradaxa is a medication used to thin the blood and prevent the formation of blood clots. It is commonly used after surgery or in patients with an abnormal heart beat."
What is the most common side effect of Pradaxa?
"Pradaxa is most commonly associated with bleeding, as it inhibits the body's ability to clot. This can manifest as increased bruising or longer bleeding after cuts or injuries."