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Concerns over dosing oral anticoagulants in clinical practice

over dosing oral anticoagulants in clinical practice

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a heart condition characterized by an abnormal rhythm leading to irregular beat. An important consequence of AF is an incomplete emptying of the atria (upper heart chamber) leading to blood stasis and, potentially,

A novel biomarker for oral cancer

Tongue squamous cell carcinoma (TSCC) is the most predominant form of oral cancer in developed countries with varying incidence in developing countries wherein diverse etiological factors such as chewing betel-quid comprising betel leaf, areca nut and slaked

Adding phospholipid to drug formulation: a promising approach to improve drug absorption

For a patient to benefit from the therapeutic effects of any medicine, the prerequisite is that the drug is adequately absorbed after drug intake. Unfortunately, at least 40% of the marketed drugs and up to 90% of