Aspirin taken immediately after a stroke reduces the risk of complications
Over the past year, several studies have been conducted that have revealed the protective effect of aspirin in major cancers of the digestive tract, namely, cancer of the intestine, stomach, and esophagus. Years ago, it was also associated with a decrease in the risk of non-fatal stroke to the extent of 36 percent. And now new research offers new confirmation of the best-known and most popular over-the-counter drug. The’immediate intake of aspirin after a “mini-stroke” could greatly reduce the risk of complications, such as spasticity or experiencing a secondary stroke (recurrence).
Aspirin is a useful treatment option for patients who cannot turn to anticoagulant medications because of cost or because of the increased risk of bleeding associated with anticoagulants. In This Study, Researchers from the University of Oxford Showed that Immediate and Continued Self-Treatment in The Weeks After Experience Sympoms Of A Transient Ischemic Attack or On Stroke Alert, Could Reduce The Risk by AS Much As 80 Percent ’ By. People suffering from tias or strokes are currently treated with aspirin, but util now the drug was Thought to return the consequentces by about 15 percent.
Professor Peter Rothwell Explained That “ Immediate Treatment With Aspirin Can Greatly Reduce The Risk of Early Stroke Recurrence ’ Stroke ”. The Researcher Also Clarified That People Who Have Suffered a Tia The probability of suffering a Stroke in the Future Is Very High by At Least 1000 Times. “ We have Previously Shown That Urgent Medical Treatment with a cocktail of different drugs cougs return the risk within a week of stroke from about 10 percent to about 2 percent, but did not know world component of the cocktail was important 8221; he further state. “ One of the Treatments We Used Was Aspirin, But We Know From Other Studies that the Long-Term Benefit of Aspirin in Prevention Stroke IS Relatively Modest ’. “ We have a doubt that the first benefit might be greater. “ If So, Taking Aspirin in the ’ Immediate Aftermath of the First Sympettoms Could Be very Helpful.” Have Reviewed Data scientists from 16.000 Patients All FROM 12 Trials with aspirin for long-term secondary prevention, as well as data from Three trials of aspirin in the Treatment of Acute Stroke On About 40.000 People. In Most Cases, AS Researchers Explain, Aspirin Reduced the Risk in The First Few Weeks of Recurces, AS Well As the Severity of the Events. Rather Than the 15 Percent Overall Reduction in Long-Term Risk Reported Earlier, Aspirin Reduced the Early Risk of Fatal Stroke or Recurrence by About 70 to 80 percent over the first few days and weeks. “ Our Results Confirm the ’ EffectoCy of Urgent Treatment After Tia and Show that aspirin is the Most Important component ” Said Professor Rothwell. “Immediate treatment with aspirin can greatly reduce the risk and severity of early recurrence. “This finding has implications for doctors, who should give aspirin immediately on the slightest suspicion of a stroke, instead of waiting for the specialist’s opinion.” Aspirin therefore proves once again to be a drug with a lot of potential, stresses Giovanni D’Agata, president of “Sportello deiRights”.
It’s a pill invented many years ago and the more time passes, the more it is turning out to be a real miracle drug. These findings reveal how a simple over-the-counter drug can sometimes be as competitive as other more specific ones, however, with other costs, not only in terms of money, but also in terms of side effects. In fact, as researchers explain, long-term anticoagulant drugs are exapensive and inconvenient, sincere require frequet and regular blood tests and dosage adjustments.
In addition, there is a High Risk That the Treatment May Cause Bleeding in Some Patient.