Acute Myocardial Infraction; Myocardial Infarction
A heart attack occurs when the supply of blood and oxygen to an area of heart muscle is blocked, usually by a clot in a coronary artery. Often, this blockage leads to arrhythmias (irregular heartbeat or rhythm) that cause a severe decrease in the pumping function of the heart and may bring about sudden death. If the blockage is not treated within a few hours, the affected heart muscle will die and be replaced by scar tissue.
Heart Attack as related to Blood-thinning Medications, Anticoagulants
- BLOOD THINNING MEDICATIONS(oral anticoagulants) - Dr Heart
ANTICOAGULANTS. An anticoagulant is a drug used to prevent and treat abnormal blood clotting. Anticoagulants are sometimes called “blood thinners”.
- Cardiac Medications - heart.org
The American Heart Association explains the various medications for heart disease and cardiovascular conditions, such as Anticoagulants, Blood …
- Anticoagulants - Texas Heart Institute Heart Information ...
Anticoagulants (also referred to as blood-thinners) reduce your risk for heart attack, stroke, and blockages in your arteries and veins.
- Heart Valve Disease Treatments - WebMD
When treatment for heart valve disease includes surgery, it can be performed by traditional surgery or minimally invasive balloon valvuloplasty.
- Heart Attack - In-Depth Report - NY Times Health
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View list of generic and brand names of drugs used for treatment of Anticoagulants (Blood Thinners ). You can find more information including dosage, side effects of ...
- Heart Disease, Warfarin (Coumadin), and Other Blood Thinners
Warfarin (Coumadin), is an anticoagulant medication. This means it helps prevent clots from forming in the blood. Blood thinners treat some types of heart disease ...
- Anticoagulant medicines - NHS Choices
Anticoagulants are medicines that help prevent blood clots. They're given to people at a high risk of getting clots, to reduce their chances of developing serious ...