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    lisinopril oral     4149 User Reviews
    atenolol oral     1252 User Reviews
    Plavix oral     1057 User Reviews
    metoprolol tartrate oral     549 User Reviews
    Lovenox subcutaneous     185 User Reviews
    Lopressor oral     156 User Reviews
    clopidogrel oral     82 User Reviews
    BRILINTA oral     72 User Reviews
    Zestril oral     68 User Reviews
    Tenormin oral     66 User Reviews
    Prinivil oral     64 User Reviews
    aspirin oral     49 User Reviews
    Arixtra subcutaneous     32 User Reviews
    metoprolol tartrate intravenous     25 User Reviews
    enoxaparin subcutaneous     18 User Reviews
    Nitrostat sublingual     15 User Reviews
    heparin (porcine) injection     12 User Reviews
    Nitro-Bid transdermal     9 User Reviews
    nitroglycerin transdermal     6 User Reviews
    ticagrelor oral     6 User Reviews
    nitroglycerin sublingual     5 User Reviews
    Adult Low Dose Aspirin oral     5 User Reviews
    fondaparinux subcutaneous     4 User Reviews
    Activase intravenous     4 User Reviews
    Nitrolingual translingual     3 User Reviews
    nitroglycerin intravenous     3 User Reviews
    Bayer Aspirin oral     3 User Reviews
    Lopressor intravenous     2 User Reviews
    Bayer Plus Extra Strength oral     2 User Reviews
    Bufferin oral     2 User Reviews
    Bayer Advanced oral     2 User Reviews
    heparin (porcine) in 5 % dextrose intravenous     1 User Reviews
    nitroglycerin translingual     1 User Reviews
    heparin (porcine) in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     1 User Reviews
    heparin, porcine (PF) injection     1 User Reviews
    Nitromist translingual     1 User Reviews
    aspirin, buffered oral     1 User Reviews
    alteplase intravenous     1 User Reviews
    Buffered Aspirin oral     1 User Reviews
    TNKase intravenous     1 User Reviews
    St Joseph Aspirin oral     1 User Reviews
    Aspirin Low-Strength oral     1 User Reviews
    Women's Aspirin with Calcium oral     1 User Reviews
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    Tri-Buffered Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
    Children's Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
    Lite Coat Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
    Aspirin Childrens oral     Be the first to review it
    aspirin-calcium carbonate oral     Be the first to review it
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    tenecteplase intravenous     Be the first to review it
    Child Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
    St. Joseph Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
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