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warfarin intravenous

Who should not take warfarin intravenous?

Check with your physician if you have any of the following:

Conditions:

Tropical Sprue, Protein C Deficiency Disease, Bleeding Risk Associated with Vitamin-K-Epoxide Reductase (Warfarin-Sensitive) Gene, Poor Metabolizer due to Cytochrome p450 CYP2C9 Variant, Patient with Catheter in the Vascular System, Severe Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure, Bacterial Infection of Heart Valve, Inflammation of the Covering of the Heart or Pericardium, Fluid in the Covering of the Heart or Pericardium, Hemorrhage in the Brain, Balloon-Like Swelling of an Artery of the Brain, Bulge and Tear of the Aorta Blood Vessel Wall, Obstruction of Blood Vessel caused by a Fat Globule, Vasculitis, Hemorrhage, Stomach or Intestinal Ulcer, Severe Liver Disease, Blockage of a Bile Duct, Bleeding of the Stomach or Intestines, Bowel Movements Containing Much Fat, Bleeding from the Genitourinary System, Possibility of Having a Miscarriage, Severely Increased Blood Pressure and Edema During Pregnancy, Seizures with Pregnancy, Recent Operation, Fever, Bleeding from the Respiratory Tract, Severe Diarrhea, Serious Loose Stools Lasting a Long Time, Abnormal Liver Function Tests, Injury, Pregnancy, Spinal Tap, Local Anesthesia Injected into Spine, Gangrene, Malignant Tumor or Cancer, Moderate High Blood Pressure, Increased Red Blood Cells, Eye Surgery, Poor Nutrition, Inadequate Vitamin K, Operation on the Nervous System, Moderate to Severe Kidney Impairment, Anemia, Blood Clotting Disorder, Increased Risk of Bleeding, Decreased Platelets due to the Medication Heparin

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