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Long-term dual antiplatelet therapy cuts risk of recurrent heart attacks


While we used to treat arterial thrombo-embolic disease as a single entity (at least at the time when I was a medical SHO), it appears we have two trajectories with anti- platelet drugs( probably better in combination)are more for arterial thrombotic diseases and anti- coagulants(old or new) , are more for embolic diseases. Of course , they can co-exist.

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07 May 2015

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