Warfarin is the general chemical name of a medication, and Coumadin is a trademarked brand formulation of warfarin. This medication is sometimes called a “blood thinner” because it thins the blood to help prevent clots from forming.
- Q If my child is taking warfarin, is it okay for him to take antibiotics?
- Q If my mother is on warfarin, how can she know which foods have vitamin K?
- Q Which pain killer is safe to use with warfarin?
- Q Can I take both warfarin and a novel anticoagulant for A Fib?
- Q Is PreserVision for macular degeneration safe to take with warfarin?
- Q Can EFAs (Essential Fatty Acids) have an adverse reaction with warfarin?