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What are the three classes of antiplatelet and thrombolytic drugs?
1. Antiplatelet drugs:
- ADP antagonist - Clopidogrel, Prasugrel
- TxA2 inhibitor - Aspirin
* Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa antagonist - abciximab
2. Drugs that decrease clot formation
- Anticoagulants - Heparin and Warfarin
* Thrombin antagonist - Hirudin
3. Drugs that dissolve clot
What is the mechanism of action of Warfarin. What are some side effects, and what natural anticoagulants are inhibited?
As a clot forms, it also begins to be degraded. Amount of degradation is correlated to number of D-Dimers present. See behind.
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