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There isn't one. Once the platelets have been affected by Plavix, the anti clotting abilty of those platelets is permanently altered. However, new platelets are replaced every 7-10 days, so generally, clotting returns in about 5 days. It is important NEVER to stop taking Plavix suddenly. The dose should be gradually discontinued under a physician's supervision.

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Protamine Sulfate. It reverses the anti-clotting effects of heparin and is most often used during heart surgery. It was discovered in the sperm cells of salmon.

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Heparin is an anticoagulant that is administered by injection. The antidote for heparin is protamine sulfate. Protamine reverses the effects of heparin.

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It's aminocaproic acid!

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Protamine

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