Warf 2mg Tablet

Medically reviewed by Dr. Swaroop Choudhari | Written By Kunal V Kumar

Last updated on: November 02, 2020 3:27 am

Warf 2mg Tablet

Uses of Warf 2mg Tablet

Warf 2mg Tablet is used for the treatment or prevention of the following disease(s):

Stroke, Heart Attack, Prevent or Treat Blood Clots

Side effects of Warf 2mg Tablet

The most common side effects of Warf 2mg Tablet are – Abdominal Cramps and Pain, Diarrhea, Bleeding, Nausea, Vomiting

These side effects can usually occur in patients. However, these are only indicative and not all patients will experience them.

Precautions while using Warf 2mg Tablet

Do not use Warf 2mg Tablet if you are allergic to – Warfarin

If you have heart disease, liver or kidney disease, drug or alcohol addiction, consult your doctor before using Warf 2mg Tablet.

If you are allergic to any medicine or food, consult your doctor before using this medicine.

Use this medicine under the supervision of your doctor.

To avoid an adverse reaction, consult your doctor if you are already taking other medicines.

How Warf 2mg Tablet works

Warf 2mg Tablet contains – Warfarin

Warfarin interferes with the liver’s ability to synthesize vitamin K-dependent clotting factors, depleting clotting factors II prothrombin, VII, IX, and X. This action, in turn, interferes with the clotting cascade. By depleting vitamin K-dependent clotting factors and interfering with the clotting cascade, warfarin prevents coagulation.

Dosage of Warf 2mg Tablet

The dosage of Warf 2mg Tablet depends on many factors such as the patient age, health, medical condition or history of the patient and many other conditions.

Please use this medicine as prescribed by your doctor.

Overdose of Warf 2mg Tablet

If you forget to take a dose of Warf 2mg Tablet, do not take two doses at the same time, there is a risk of overdose.

If you notice any unusual reaction in your body after taking this medicine, contact your doctor immediately or call your local medical emergency number.

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Drug :- acetaminophen, agrimony, aminoglycosides, amiodarone, androgens, argatroban, beta blockers, bivalirudin, capecitabine, cephalosporins, chloral hydrate, chloramphenicol, chlorpropamide, cimetidine, clofibrate, corticosteroids, cyclophosphamide, dextrothyroxine, diflunisal, disulfiram, erythromycin, ezetimibe, fluconazole, gemfibrozil, glucagon, hydantoins, ifosfamide, influenza virus vaccine, isoniazid, ketoconazole, lepirudin, loop diuretics, lovastatin, metronidazole, miconazole, mineral oil, moricizine, nalidixic acid, NSAIDs, omeprazole, penicillins, phenylbutazones, propafenone, propoxyphene, quinidine, quinine, quinolones, salicylates, streptokinase, sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim, sulfinpyrazone, sulfonamides, tamoxifen, tetracyclines, thyroid hormones, urokinase, valdecoxib, vitamin E: Increased anticoagulant effect of warfarin, increased risk of bleeding.

aminoglutethimide, barbiturates, carbamazepine, cholestyramine, dicloxacillin, estrogens, ethchlorvynol, etretinate, glutethimide, griseofulvin, nafcillin, oral contraceptives,rifampin, spironolactone, sucralfate, thiazide diuretics, trazodone, vitamin C, vitamin K: Decreased anticoagulant effect of warfarin atorvastatin, pravastatin: Increased or decreased anticoagulant effect of warfarin herbal remedies including bromelains, danshen, dong quai, garlic, ginkgo biloba, and ginseng: Increased anticoagulant effect of warfarin, increased risk of bleeding.

I.V. lipid emulsion, other medical products that contain soybean oil: Possibly decreased vitamin K absorption and increased anticoagulant effect of warfarin.

nicotine patch: Altered response to warfarin.

Food :- certain multivitamins, enteral feedings, vitamin K-rich foods: Decreased warfarin effects.

Activity :- alcohol use: Increased risk of hypoprothrombinemia smoking, smoking cessation: Altered response to warfarin.

About Reviewer

Dr. Swaroop Y Choudhari is an MBBS, MD in General Medicine. The doctor holds an experience of 8 years, and has extensive knowledge in his respective field of medicine.

About Author

Kunal is a registered pharmacist with RGUHS with over 11 months experience. He is a medicine content contributor at Zotezo.