Anticoagulant User's Medical ID Bracelet
Anticoagulants are special drugs which help a user's body to prevent blood clots from forming in arteries or veins. They're given to people who are at high risk of developing blood clots in order to reduce their risk of developing serious medical conditions such as strokes and heart attacks.
Blood is supposed to have clotting ability; a blood clot is a "seal" created by agents in the blood to help stop bleeding from wounds. The downside is that they can also block blood vessels and stop blood flowing to organs such as the brain, heart or lungs if they form in the wrong place - on the inside of the body.
Examples of common anticoagulant drugs used in the UK are: -warfarin, Coumadin, rivaroxaban, Xarelto, dabigatran, Pradaxa, apixaban, Eliquis, edoxaban, Savaysa, enoxaparin, Lovenox, fondaparinux, Arixtra
Anticoagulant Medical Alert Bracelet
Other Emergency ID Products Specifically for Anticoagulant Users
Easily visible plastic emergency ID wallet card
Front: medical condition specific
Reverse: space to write brief emergency details - see images.
Features unique ID providing responders with fast access to your life-saving emergency info.
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