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Bayer Aspirin Reduces Heart Attack Risk by 23%

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on  December 23, 2010 at 2:31 PM Drug News   - G J E 4
Bayer Aspirin reduces the risk of heart attack by 23% when it is administered to patients who are suspecting a heart attack and when it is taken for a month after a heart attack, it can minimize the possibility of further attacks, says a research done by doctors.
 Bayer Aspirin Reduces Heart Attack Risk by 23%
Bayer Aspirin Reduces Heart Attack Risk by 23%
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Aspirin is an anticoagulant. It helps reduce formation of blood clots. It has similar pain relieving effect like Paracetamol. While most doctors in the UK prefer Paracetamol over Aspirin, as a pain relief drug, the US and continental doctors prefer Aspirin.

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Despite its countless benefits, it is recommended that Aspirin should be used on prescription and consultation of your doctor. Overdose of aspirin is hard for the digestive system especially for those who have existing digestive problems.

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