[Psychology News] Long-term aspirin use doesn't lower risk of stroke for some a-fib p

[Psychology News] Long-term aspirin use doesn't lower risk of stroke for some a-fib p

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    [Psychology News] Long-term aspirin use doesn't lower risk of stroke for some a-fib p

    New study found that using long-term aspirin therapy to prevent strokes among patients who are considered to be at low risk for stroke may not be effective as previously thought.

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    ... Since stroke is the most feared complication of AF, we need to continue to study all available therapies to understand the most effective and safest treatment choices and how to use them after ablation."
    Which therapy has the least side effects? Which side effects are worth their risk and which are not? If the main objective is thinning the blood, and aspirin does that, isn't it effective? Maybe there just needs to be a reduction in the amount consumed rather than trying to find a solution which has a greater profit margin?


 

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