Pharm Friday’s: Greasing the Pipes

This drug is commonly prescribed after a heart attack to open blocked coronary arteries. Commonly in stroke patients who are failing with Asprin treatment, they will be supplemented with this drug or Coumadin.

This drug is also recommended for treatment of unstable angina or non ST elevated myocardial infarctions with patients that will not tolerate ASA.

The answer to the previous post was: Zoloft

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