How aspirin can prevent recurrent heart attack and ischemic stroke

Aspirin can help reduce the risk of recurrent heart attack and ischemic stroke by reducing the tendency of blood to clot. Without aspirin, heart attack and stroke can occur if blood cells stick together and block an artery, stopping blood from reaching the heart or brain. An aspirin regimen can reduce the risk of recurrent heart attack by 30% and recurrent ischemic stroke by 22%.

aspirin How aspirin can prevent recurrent heart attack and ischemic stroke

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