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Dipyridamole

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Dipyridamole is prescribed to patients who have recently undergone heart valve replacement, in order to prevent blood clots from appearing on or around the artificial valve.
Dipyridamole has proven its high effectiveness in keeping the patient's blood platelets from clotting (coagulating), in order to make sure that no blood clots will appear around or on an artificial heart valve.

Dipyridamole helps reduce the formation of blood clots in people who have had heart valve surgery. It is prescribed in combination with blood thinners such as Coumadin.

Some doctors also prescribe Dipyridamole in combination with other drugs, such as aspirin, to reduce the damage from a heart attack and prevent a recurrence, to treat angina, and to prevent complications during heart bypass surgery.

Side Effects

Dipyridamole side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Bloody, black, or tarry stools;
- Diarrhea, upset stomach, vomiting;
- Dizziness;
- Headache;
- Joint or muscle pain;
- Mild skin itching or rash;
- Nosebleed;
- Redness, warmth, or tingly sub dermal feeling;

Dipyridamole side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Dizziness;
- Abdominal Distress;

Overdose

Reported Dipyridamole overdose symptoms are:
- Dizziness;
- Fainting;
- Fast heart beat;
- Light-headedness;
- Restlessness;
- Sweating;
- Tingly sub dermal feeling;
- Weakness;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Dipyridamole may also be known as:
- Adezan;
- Atrombin;
- Cardoxin;
- Cleridium;
- Coronair;
- Corosan;
- Curantyl N;
- Curantyl;
- Dipres;
- Dipyrin;
- Dirinol;
- Docdipyri;
- Kardisentin;
- Lodimol;
- Maxicardil;
- Novodil;
- Dipyridamole;
- Plato;
- Pracem;
- Procardin;
- Pytazen;
- Sedangor;
- Trepol;
- Tromboliz;

Dosage.

ADULTS

The usual recommended dose is 75 mg to 100 mg, 4 times a day.

CHILDREN

The safety and effectiveness of this medication have not been established in children under 12 years of age.
(c) 2017