There are 16 Medications that may be used to treat blood platelet disorders.
Oprelvekin may help prevent blood platelet disorders (NIH).
There are 49 Medications that should be avoided if you have blood platelet disorders. If you have blood platelet disorders and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.
Anagrelide is classified as a Platelet-reducing Agent. Anagrelide is more commonly known as the brand Agrylin.
Azathioprine is classified as a Purine Antimetabolite. Azathioprine, more commonly known as the brands Azasan and Imuran, may be used to treat Blood Platelet Disorders.
Chlorambucil is classified as an Alkylating Drug. Chlorambucil is more commonly known as the brand Leukeran.
Desmopressin is classified as a Factor VIII Activator. Desmopressin, an ingredient in the more commonly known brands DDAVP, Minirin and Stimate, may be used to treat Blood Platelet Disorders.
Factor Viii is included in 17 brands sold in the US including Advate, Adynovate and Afstyla
Hydroxyurea is classified as an Antimetabolite. Hydroxyurea, more commonly known as the brands Droxia and Hydrea, may be used to treat Blood Platelet Disorders.
Immunoglobulin G is included in 13 brands sold in the US including Bivigam, Carimune and Cuvitru
Abciximab is more commonly known as the brand ReoPro.
Altretamine is classified as an Alkylating Drug. Altretamine is more commonly known as the brand Hexalen.
Aspirin is classified as a Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug. Aspirin is included in 62 brands sold in the US including Aggrenox, Alka-Seltzer and Alka-Seltzer Morning Relief
Carmustine is classified as an Alkylating Drug. Carmustine, known by the brand names BiCNU and Gliadel, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Blood Platelet Disorders.
Cisplatin is classified as a Platinum-based Drug. Cisplatin is more commonly known as the brand Platinol.
Dalteparin is classified as an Anti-coagulant. Dalteparin is more commonly known as the brand Fragmin.