El cilostazol, un medicamento que hace que la sangre coagule con menos facilidad, se usa para reducir el riesgo de apoplejías, ataques cardíacos y otras enfermedades causadas por los coágulos sanguíneos.

Posible Aumento en el Riesgo de Sangrado

Para mayor información acerca de las interacciones potencialmente dañinas con el cilostazol, vea el artículo del medicamento relacionado pentoxifilina.

Ultima revisión December 2015 por EBSCO CAM Review Board
Last Updated: 12/15/2015

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