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What is the pharmacologic action of warfarin? What are the half-life and protein-binding for warfarin? If a patient takes a drug that is highly protein-bound, would there be a drug reaction? Why was an INR ordered? What is the desired target range? What serious adverse reactions could result with prolonged use of large doses of warfarin? What patient teaching interventions should the nurse include? List three. Months later Tim has hematemesis. What nursing action should be taken?
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