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Does warfarin (bulk) misc interact with other medications?

warfarin (bulk) misc may interact with the following medications

Severe Interactions of warfarin (bulk) misc:
These medications are not usually taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/IMATINIB
ANTICOAGULANTS/TENECTEPLASE
ANTICOAGULANTS/MIFEPRISTONE

Serious Interactions of warfarin (bulk) misc:
These medications may interact and cause very harmful effects. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

ANTICOAGULANTS/SALICYLATES
ANTICOAGULANTS/ANABOLIC STEROIDS
ANTICOAGULANTS/BARBITURATES
ANTICOAGULANTS/FIBRATES
ANTICOAGULANTS/OXYPHENBUTAZONE; PHENYLBUTAZONE
ANTICOAGULANTS/CIMETIDINE
ANTICOAGULANTS/THYROID
ANTICOAGULANTS/SELECTED CEPHALOSPORINS, INJECTABLE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/SELECTED MACROLIDE ANTIBIOTICS
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/SULFINPYRAZONE
ANTICOAGULANTS/QUININE
ANTICOAGULANTS/ALLOPURINOL
ANTICOAGULANTS/SULFONAMIDES
ANTICOAGULANTS/METRONIDAZOLE; TINIDAZOLE
ANTICOAGULANTS/CHLORAL HYDRATE; TRICLOFOS
ANTICOAGULANTS/CHLORAMPHENICOL
ANTICOAGULANTS/DEXTROTHYROXINE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/TAMOXIFEN; TOREMIFENE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/SSRIS; SNRIS
ANTICOAGULANTS/PENICILLINASE RESISTANT PENICILLINS
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/QUINOLONES
ANTICOAGULANTS/NSAIDS
ANTICOAGULANTS/VITAMIN K
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/ALPHA TOCOPHERYL
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/CAPECITABINE; FLUOROURACIL
WARFARIN/APREPITANT
COUMARIN ANTICOAGULANTS/ROMIDEPSIN; VORINOSTAT
SELECT CYP2C8; 2C9 SUBSTRATES/MIFEPRISTONE (CHRONIC THERAPY)
SENSITIVE CYP3A4; CYP2C9; CYP2C19 SUBSTRATES/ENZALUTAMIDE
GPIS; HEPARIN; THROMBOLYTICS; WARFARIN/BIVALIRUDIN
ANTICOAGULANTS; ANTIPLATELETS; THROMBOLYTICS/APIXABAN
ANTICOAGULANTS; ANTIPLATELETS; THROMBOLYTICS/RIVAROXABAN
ANTICOAGULANTS;ANTIPLATELETS;DEXTRAN;THROMBOLYTIC/DABIGATRAN
ANTICOAGULANTS; ANTIPLATELETS/TIPRANAVIR
ANTICOAGULANTS/ABCIXIMAB
ANTICOAGULANTS/KETOROLAC
ANTICOAGULANTS/ALTEPLASE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS
ANTICOAGULANTS/RIFAMYCINS
ANTICOAGULANTS/AMIODARONE; DRONEDARONE

Moderate Interactions of warfarin (bulk) misc:
These medications may cause some risk when taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

ANTICOAGULANTS/QUINIDINE
ANTICOAGULANTS/CHOLESTYRAMINE; COLESEVELAM
ANTICOAGULANTS/ANTITHYROID DRUGS
ANTICOAGULANTS/GRISEOFULVIN
ANTICOAGULANTS/ETHCHLORVYNOL
ANTICOAGULANTS/GLUCAGON
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/PROPOXYPHENE; TRAMADOL
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/ZAFIRLUKAST
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/PROPAFENONE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/PROPRANOLOL
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/SLT HMG-COA REDUCTASE INHIBITORS
ANTICOAGULANTS/DISULFIRAM
ANTICOAGULANTS/SELECTED PENICILLINS
ANTICOAGULANTS/AMINOGLUTETHIMIDE
ANTICOAGULANTS/CARBAMAZEPINE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/DANSHEN
ANTICOAGULANTS/CORTICOSTEROIDS
WARFARIN/AZATHIOPRINE
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/ACETAMINOPHEN
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/TETRACYCLINES
WARFARIN/LEFLUNOMIDE
COUMARIN ANTICOAGULANTS/GLUCOSAMINE-CHONDROITIN
WARFARIN/TERIFLUNOMIDE
WARFARIN/LOMITAPIDE
WARFARIN/VALPROIC ACID
ANTICOAGULANTS/CEFAZOLIN; CEFOXITIN; CEFTRIAXONE
ANTICOAGULANTS; ANTIPLATELETS; THROMBOLYTICS/DROTRECOGIN
WARFARIN/ERLOTINIB; GEFITINIB; SORAFENIB
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/HEPARINS
ANTICOAGULANTS/RETEPLASE
COUMARIN ANTICOAGULANTS/LEPIRUDIN
ANTICOAGULANTS/PLATELET AGGREGATION INHIBITORS
SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS/HYDANTOINS

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