Aspirin 325 vs 81 mg/day: Which is Better?

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For patients with established cardiovascular disease, a recent study found that aspirin 81 mg/day was just as effective as 325 mg/day in preventing combined risk of death and hospitalization for heart attack or stroke. Rates of major bleeding were the same regardless of dose.

Click for details at NEJM.

Steve Parker, M.D.

PS: What else prevents heart attacks and strokes? The Mediterranean diet!

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