Doctors are warned about Boehringer's stroke-prevention pill

11/21/2011 | Reuters

After 256 cases of fatal bleeding, the European Medicines Agency urged doctors to exercise caution when using Boehringer Ingelheim's stroke-prevention drug Pradaxa. The agency said the pill demonstrates unchanged efficacy but needs to be administered in lower doses in patients older than 75 to adequately manage bleeding risk.

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