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Effient is a drug that works as a platelet inhibitor to prevent thrombosis, commonly known as blood clotting. People with acute coronary syndrome, a group of conditions caused by low blood flow in the coronary arteries, are at a severely high risk for heart attack or stroke when blood is able to clot inside the arteries. The medication is relatively new, so it tends to be more expensive but also more effective than previous coronary condition therapies. Lower the price of your Effient prescription by searching hundreds of pharmacies in your area using our accurate pharmacy search tool. After you've found the location with the lowest cost for Effient, download money-saving Effient discount coupons. Take your Effient coupon to the best pharmacy near you and show it to your pharmacist when you fill your prescription. You'll get a discount on the cost of Effient at most major pharmacies when you check out.
Effient's decreased blood clotting ability prevents thrombosis from causing more serious cerebrovascular and cardiovascular diseases. Patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) may use it in combination with low dose aspirin to prepare for treatment via a surgery called percutaneous coronary intervention.
Patients take Effient as a tablet with an initial dose of 60mg followed by a once-daily 10mg dose. The therapeutic dose is combined with 75-325mg of aspirin daily. Dosage may vary depending on the weight of the individual, so be sure to consult with your physician about what dosage is best for you.
There are strong effects on the body associated with Effient that may or may not become permanent. Talk to your doctor before beginning use if you have a stomach ulcer, internal bleeding, intestinal bleeding, liver disease, kidney disease, or a history of surgery, injury, or medical emergency. Be sure to inform your physician if you weigh less than 132 pounds and if you use other medications to treat or prevent blood clots.
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