The nurse identifies the white tablet as ciprofloxacin 250 mg and the lavender tablet as warfarin 2 mg. The nurse recognizes that ciprofloxacin could be inhibiting the metabolism of the warfarin and, therefore, increasing the patient's international normalized ratio. The nurse notifies the medical team.
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