Kerrin, Hugh F.; J. Guidot; Wilfelm, S. K.
June 1957
Angiology;Jun1957, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p302
Academic Journal
Examines the difference in the efficacy of warfarin sodium and phenylindandione. Tendency of phenylindandione to accumulate in the body; Average dose of warfarin sodium; Indication of better control with warfarin sodium.


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