Antidote for Warfarin?

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The antidote for a Warfarin overdose is vitamin K which is commercially available as an injectable or a tablet. Warfarin Sodium is an anticoagulant mainly used to prevent and treat blood clots. Symptoms of warfarin overdose are vomiting blood, bright red blood in the stool or other signs of internal bleeding.
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