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Posted by: Shantanu Mishra | 2011/07/22

Aspirin vs. Disprin

Hey Doc. Just wanted to know whether a patient of CAD I mean Coronary Artery Disease should be given Aspirin or soluble Disprin. I wanted an Expert advicep do that I can do the same with my patients.

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Hi Shantanu,

Disprin is a trade name for aspirin, which should generally be given to patients with coronary artery and other vascular disease unless there are important contra-indications. There is no firm consensus about the optimum dose, and anything from 75 to 150 mg daily is usually regarded as acceptable.

Kind regards JT.

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