Heart Health

07 October 2011

Certain antidepressants with blood thinners may pose risk for heart patients

Study showed increased chances of bleeding for those taking SSRIS, antiplatelet meds after heart attack

It so happens that many heart attack patients have depression symptoms and are prescribed antidepressants, noted the researchers at McGill University in Montreal.


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