Prasugrel

Prasugrel is an active ingredient that is used in some medicines.

The active ingredient is the chemical in a medicine that makes it work. Medicines can have more than one active ingredient and be available under different brand names. Medicines include both active ingredients and inactive ingredients.

This page about prasugrel automatically lists related information collected from other pages of our website.

The list below also includes links to brands of medicines that contain prasugrel, including their consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets.

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For health professionals (Health professional publication)
01 Aug 2012 PRODIGY study: similar effectiveness but more bleeding with 24-month compared with 6-month dual antiplatelet therapy.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
01 Dec 2009 Prasugrel is an alternative to clopidogrel for acute coronary syndrome managed by percutaneous coronary intervention in combination with aspirin.

Medicine brands that contain prasugrel