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Dabigatran is one of the new oral anticoagulants which are increasingly used to prevent thrombosis.
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#1 Apr 16, 2013
The bleeding side effects of Pradaxa(dabigatran) is quite a serious matter. It's such a misfortune though that no antidote has been recorded until now to reverse the condition.
For those who have suffered due to the said anticoagulant, visit http://www.rotlaw.com/pradaxa-lawsuit/ , and find out how you can seek legal assitance.
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