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Perspective: Primary care providers should prescribe aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease based on benefit−risk ratio, not age.

16 Jan, 2022 | 22:53h | UTC

Primary care providers should prescribe aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease based on benefit−risk ratio, not age – Family Medicine and Community Health

Commentaries:

Researchers urge: ‘Prescribe aspirin based on benefit-to-risk not age’ – Florida Atlantic University

Preventive Aspirin Should Be Based on Benefit, Not Age – HealthDay

Related: USPSTF draft statement revises previous guidance and now recommends against initiating low-dose aspirin use for the primary prevention of CVD in adults aged 60 years or older.

 


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