Dipyridamole, a drug that makes the blood clot less easily, is used to reduce the risk of strokes, heart attacks, and other conditions caused by blood clots.
Possible Increased Risk of Bleeding
For information on potential interactions with dipyridamole, see the article on the related drug pentoxifylline
The references for this topic are contained in the article on pentoxifylline.
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