Inadequate ASA response common in secondary stroke prevention


REPORT FROM THE AHA/ASA INTERNATIONAL STROKE CONFERENCEPatients who do not respond to low-dose acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) for secondary stroke prevention are unlikely to respond to a higher dose, according to researchers at the University of Buffalo, NY (Gengo et al. Abstract 85).

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