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R. Jay Widmer Aug 12
The Safety and Efficacy of discontinuation on a Background of a P2Y12 Inhibitor in Patients after - can safely d/c ASA 1-3 mo after PCI, even in ?|
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roypounder.apt Aug 9
'Randomised clinical study: oral aspirin 325 mg daily vs placebo alters gut microbial composition and bacterial taxa associated with colorectal cancer risk' Read FREE at
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journalneurooph Aug 12
Aspirin Should Not Be Recommended to Prevent Second Eye Involvement in Patients with Non Arteritic Ischemic Optic Neuropathy: Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology Article:
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Raymond DuBois Aug 10
Effect of and on Biosynthesis Among Individuals with Colorectal Adenomas: a Randomized Clinical Trial
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The Samter's Society Aug 5
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Geri Walton Aug 10
German Chemist Felix Hoffman notable for re-synthesizing diamorphine, which was popularized under the Bayer trade name of "heroin" and who 10Aug1897 synthesized , although this is contested by some.
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Manu Morales Sánchez Aug 10
prevention with in hereditary colorectal cancer (Lynch syndrome), 10-year follow-up and registry-based 20-year data in the CAPP2 study: a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial
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Raymond DuBois Aug 10
Use of and in Relation to in Benign Prostate Tissue in the Placebo Arm of the Cancer Prevention Trial:
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C. Letamendi, PhD, MBA, GStat Aug 9
Just research-sharing! "...the early use of in patients...is expected to reduce the incidence of severe and critical patients, shorten the length of hospital duration and reduce the incidence of cardiovascular complications."
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MedicineNet.com Aug 12
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CoreSciences Aug 10
This day in science: In 1897, Dr. Felix Hoffmann successfully created a chemically pure and stable form of acetylsalicylic acid. His success was trademarked as Aspirin.
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Medicure in the Cath Lab 12h
Meta-analysis: Discontinuation of 1-3 months post-PCI significantly ⬇️reduced risk of bleeding with no increase in rates of MACE,💔MI, or all-cause death
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Drew Carey, Eye MD Aug 12
No good evidence to suggest beneficial for prevention of fellow eye
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Raymond DuBois 19h
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ArtDaily, The First Art Newspaper on the Net Aug 12
ArtDaily recommends: Aspirin use linked to gastrointestinal bleeding in elderly
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RACGP 21h
New research utilising results from the landmark trial has shown prolonged daily use increases the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding by at least 60% in people aged 70 and over.
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Arcinova Aug 11
- Synthesis of One of the first drugs to become commercial available and is still the most widely used drug in the world. Approximately 35,000 metric tonnes are produced and consumed each year – that’s enough to make more than 100 billion aspirin tablets.
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Glen Griffiths Aug 11
who knew that 40,000 tonnes of is produced every year?
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Shane Marshall MD Aug 11
Another study showing downside for elderly pts taking : increased bleeding risk from stomach & bowels. But many with need it. Bottom line: Individualize treatment. Ask your doctor whether it’s right for you.
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Dr. Ronit yarden Aug 12
Interesting age effect: daily in people >70yrs unlike in younger population does not protect from and associated with advanced disease and higher mortality. | JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute | Oxford Academic
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