Syncoumar review

Syncoumar, an anticoagulant used to stop blood from clotting is mostly used to treat thrombotic disorders which obstruct the normal flow of blood in the blood vessels and may create serious health problems in the process. Syncoumar is also referred to as a blood thinner; however, the medication cannot actually thin the blood. It must be made clear that Syncoumar only prevents any additional clotting from taking place but does not have the capacity to dissolve the clots that have already formed.

Syncoumar is a very tricky medication. As such, it must be used with utmost care and only under the supervision of a health care professional. The required dosage is determined based on the patient's condition as well as their body's ability to handle the side effects of the medication. If the risks of taking Syncoumar outweigh its positive effects to one's health, using the medication should no longer be questioned.

Syncoumar may have strong reactions with different conditions. Patients who have histories of allergies, aneurism, blood disorders, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart infection, liver illness, ulcers and those who had given birth recently must take extra precautionary measures in using the medication. A patient's current medical conditions might alter the way their body responds to an anticoagulant. Any type of medicine that you are taking must be discussed with your doctor. Certain medicines should not be used alongside each other. If an interaction is foreseen, your doctor will make the necessary adjustments to your dosage.

Syncoumar is in pill form and is taken by mouth. Adults are usually advised to take anywhere from 1 to 10 milligrams of the medication every day, depending on their blood test results. Children, especially the young ones, are sensitive to anticoagulants. Patients must undergo a series of tests to ensure that the dosage will not increase their risks of bleeding for the duration of the treatment. Only alter your dosage when directed to do so by your doctor. If you miss a dosage, take it as soon as you realize the mistake. If it is too near your next dosing schedule, skip the missed dosage. It is better than doubling the dosage as doing so might cause you to bleed. Keep a record of your dosing schedule. That way, you decrease your chances for mishaps.

As much as Syncoumar is effective in providing relief for harmful blood clots, it also comes with ugly side effects that might cause discomfort. Different signs of bleeding (in urine, in stools, in vomits) usually occur during treatment. If the bleeding becomes excessive, overdosage may be present so you need to seek medical attention immediately. Patients under a Syncoumar treatment may also experience abdominal, chest, and dorsalgias, diarrhea, vomiting, and dizziness. If those symptoms come with fever or chills, however, you must consult your doctor immediately.

As with any anticoagulant medication, to be safe with Syncoumar, you must be closely monitored by your doctor for the duration of your treatment. Keeping track of your progress would help your doctor determine how to adjust your dosage.

Syncoumar has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of syncoumar

• Molecular formula of syncoumar is C19H15NO6
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 2-hydroxy-3-[1-(4-nitrophenyl)-3-oxobutyl]chromen-4-one
• Molecular weight is 353.3255 g/mol
Syncoumar available : 1mg tablets, 2mg tablets, 4mg tablets

Generic name: Acenocoumarol

Brand name(s): Ascumar, Neositron, Sincoumar, Sinkumar, Sinthrom, Sinthrome, Sintrom, Syncumar, Syntrom, Zotil

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