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Healthcare providers will often prescribe Coumadin® (warfarin sodium) to prevent or treat blood clots caused by various conditions. The anticoagulant drug does not "dissolve" or break down blood clots, but rather keeps the clot formation in check to allow the body's natural processes to break down the clot. People taking Coumadin must follow certain dietary restrictions and avoid taking numerous other medications, as many drugs and foods interact with this medicine.
 
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