Preventing Blood Clots After Being in the Hospital: The Role of New Blood Thinners
- Why you may be at risk for a blood clot after being in the hospital
- How to know if you have a blood clot
- Treatments for blood clots, including blood thinners
- The side effects of blood thinners
- How to lower your risk for blood clots at home
Lead Scientific Director, Medscape, LLC
Scientific Content Manager, Medscape, LLC
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