|use of eliquis||1.49||0.8||8481||55|
|use of eliquis icd 10||0.01||1||7928||56|
|use of eliquis 5 mg||0.07||0.3||4246||1|
|use of eliquis in esrd||0.08||0.9||42||26|
|use of eliquis and plavix together||0.32||0.8||2988||15|
|use of eliquis icd 10 code||0.89||0.1||3597||22|
|use of eliquis and aspirin||1.64||1||1425||47|
|use of eliquis with plavix||1.88||0.5||6377||19|
|use of eliquis with aspirin||0.74||0.8||7881||94|
|use of eliquis in renal failure||1.09||0.6||2484||99|
|use of eliquis in thrombocytopenia||1.02||0.2||6348||35|
|use of eliquis in dialysis patients||1.63||0.2||3815||49|
Do not stop taking ELIQUIS without talking to the doctor who prescribes it for you. Stopping ELIQUIS increases your risk of having a stroke. ELIQUIS may need to be stopped, if possible, prior to surgery or a medical or dental procedure. Ask the doctor who prescribed ELIQUIS for you when you should stop taking it.How does Eliquis work in the body?
ELIQUIS is a prescription blood thinner, a medicine that lowers the chance of blood clots forming in your body. ELIQUIS works by blocking Factor Xa, which is a blood clotting factor critical to the blood clotting process.What happens if you stop taking Eliquis?
Do not stop taking Eliquis unless your doctor tells you to. Stopping suddenly can increase your risk of blood clot or stroke. If you stop taking Eliquis for any reason, your doctor may prescribe another medication to prevent blood clots until you start taking it again. Store at room temperature away from moisture and heat.