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VTE Prevention: Is Aspirin Really That Good?

OrthoBuzz occasionally receives posts from guest bloggers. In response to a three recent studiesthe following commentary comes from Jeffrey B. Stambough, MD.

Throughout the last decade, we’ve experienced a boom in anticoagulation options to help prevent venous thromboembolism (VTE) associated with orthopaedic procedures. 583 more words


OTC – Over the counter drugs- Video

OTC – over-the-counter medications.

What ingredients are found in over-the-counter medication? Are they safe?

Drugs And Addiction

Do You Have Ringing In Your Ears?

Tinnitus, or chronic ringing in your ears, affects about 1 in 5 people. While it’s typically not serious, it can significantly impact your quality of life, and it may get worse with age or be a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder.1… 1,841 more words

Health And Wellness

Aspirin and Black Coffee

The dentist says not to, but I don’t care. Grind three aspirin with my back teeth then sip the dark elixir, no sugar, no cream. Flinch in a good way. 251 more words

Hangover from heck (Belle)

Coming home from an all-nighter, some American tourists at a bus stop asked “Rough night?”, to which I answered “Heck, yes. I’m going home for double Aspirin, double Paracetamol, and double vodka”.

They thought I was hilarious.

Aspirin increases bleeding risk in patients receiving warfarin


Aspirin increases bleeding risk in patients receiving warfarin

Clinical Pharmacist18 MAR 2019


While patients taking aspirin and warfarin were at a higher risk of a bleeding event compared with those taking only warfarin, the rate of thrombotic events was similar between the two groups. 247 more words

Helath Info

Daily Aspirin No Longer Recommended to Prevent Heart Attacks

By Health Day – Re-Blogged From Newsmax Health

Millions of aging Americans worried about heart attacks and strokes have for years popped a low-dose aspirin each day, thinking the blood thinner might lower their risk. 314 more words

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