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Emily Hawes, UNC School of Pharmacy, writes…
Patients on blood thinners are at increased risk for bleeding. This can be easy to recognize external bleeding (bruising, bleeding from a cut, nosebleeds, etc.) or more occult internal bleeding. Patients need to know how to recognize abnormal bleeding. If any of the below signs of abnormal bleeding occur patients need to respond immediately and contact their physician, to avoid a delay in diagnosis.
These are the signs and symptoms patients should look out for: Read the rest of this entry »