Blog Posts - Savaysa

Eliquis, Savaysa, And Xarelto: New Blood Thinner Drugs Feared By Many Doctors Because No Antidote Is Available When Needed

Some Recent Articles Point Out the Real Problems And Consequences Of Major Bleeding Events Involving Eliquis, Savaysa, And Xarelto (Posted by Tom Lamb at As many of you know from direct-to-consumer advertising on television, ther...
by Drug Injury Watch on Jan 7, 2016

Is Eliquis Safer Than Xarelto And Pradaxa If It Causes Fewer Dangerous Major Bleeding Events

Perhaps, But Neither Eliquis Nor Xarelto Have Any Specific Reversal Agent To Stop An Acute Bleed Once It Starts; Only Pradaxa Does (Posted by Tom Lamb at During the American Heart Association 2015 Scientific Sessions in Orlando,...
by Drug Injury Watch on Nov 10, 2015

Xarelto, Savaysa, Pradaxa, And Eliquis: Safety Secondary To Ease Of Use Is "A Major Wrong Turn" Says Drug Watchdog Group

This New Generation Of Oral Anticoagulants Has Bleeding-Related Adverse Reactions Including Gastrointestinal And Intracranial Bleeds (Posted by Tom Lamb at The ISMP QuarterWatch published on September 23, 2015 includes an examina...
by Drug Injury Watch on Oct 9, 2015

Still No Approved Reversal Agents Or Antidotes For Eliquis, Savaysa, And Xarelto To Stop Acute Bleeding

None Available To Help Patients Who Undergo Emergency Surgery Or When There Is Life-Threatening Uncontrolled Bleeding (Posted by Tom Lamb at Eliquis, Savaysa, and Xarelto are touted for their ease of use as regards both patient a...
by Drug Injury Watch on Oct 2, 2015

New Anti-Clotting Drug Savaysa Can Be Dangerous As It Has No Treatment Approved To Reverse The Anti-Coagulant Effect In Cases Of Bleeding

Like Eliquis, Xarelto, And Pradaxa, This New Blood-Thinner Is Being Sold By Drug Companies At A Time When Profits May Be Taking Priority Over Patient Safety (Posted by Tom Lamb at Savaysa (edoxaban) is from the drug company Daiic...
by Drug Injury Watch on Aug 13, 2015

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