Pages tagged: blood thinners

Anticoagulants

Although anticoagulants are called blood thinners, these medicines do not really thin your blood. Instead, they decrease the blood's ability to clot. Decreased clotting keeps fewer harmful blood clots from forming and from blocking blood vessels.

Aspirin

 What is aspirin? Aspirin is a type of medicine called a salicylate. Aspirin is used to reduce pain, inflammation (swelling),...

Antiplatelet Therapy

What is antiplatelet therapy? Antiplatelets are a group of medicines that stop blood cells (called platelets) from sticking together and...