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Can coumadin and levanox be given to dissolve clot in the leg of a patient who has residual pituitary adenoma ?

Should coumadin and levanox be given as an anticoagulant for a blood clot of the leg to a patient to has residual pituitary adenoma? Is there a topical anticoagulant that could be used for a blood clot of the leg?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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THanks for the query

There are no topical anticoagulants, these anticogulants u have written are basically modified heparin and warfarin. These are life changing drugs, u should not discontinue it. INR has to be maintained between 1.5 to 2.5, regular follow up with your physicist is imporatant
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