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Dispersible Aspirin 75mg

Dispersible Aspirin 75mg

An Antiplatelet Agent Which Helps To Prevent Blood Clots In People Who Have Had A Stroke, Heart Attack Or By-pass Surgery. The Tablets Should Be Dispersed In Water Before Taking B...

An Antiplatelet Agent Which Helps To Prevent Blood Clots In People Who Have Had A Stroke, Heart Attack Or By-pass Surgery. The Tablets Should Be Disp...

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Ingredient: Aspirin

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Aspirin Dispersible 75mg Tablets, also known as "baby aspirin" or "low dose aspirin", which are used to help prevent heart attacks and strokes in people who are at high risk of them.

In your blood there are 'sticky' cells called platelets. When you cut yourself, the platelets stick to each other (clot) to seal the wound. Sometimes platelets stick to each other inside an artery - this is called a thrombus. A thrombus can block a blood vessel, and this is often the cause of a stroke or heart attack. This is more likely to happen if the walls of the arteries to your head or heart have areas which have become thickened with fat deposits. Aspirin reduces the stickiness of platelets, and this helps prevent the platelets from sticking to the inside of an artery and forming a thrombus. This reduces the risk of you having a heart attack or stroke. When aspirin is used in this way, it is often referred to as 'low-dose' aspirin. Each tablet contains 75 mg of aspirin. Low-dose aspirin can be recommended for people with heart or blood vessel disease, and for people who have had heart bypass surgery. Most people who have recently had a heart attack or stroke will also be advised to take daily low-dose aspirin to help to prevent it from happening again.

Your doctor may recommend you take a daily low dose of these tablets if you have had a stroke or a heart attack to help stop you having another one, or if you are at high risk of a heart attack then this dose may be recommended to you.

Active ingredient: Aspirin

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Adults and children over the age of 16:
One 75mg tablet Once daily with food.

Mr Famasi Advice

Do not give to children under the age of 16. There is a possible association between aspirin and Reye's syndrome when given to children, this is a very rare disease, which can be fatal.

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Aspirin Dispersible 75mg Tablets, also known as "baby aspirin" or "low dose aspirin", which are used to help prevent heart attacks and strokes in people who are at high risk of them.

In your blood there are 'sticky' cells called platelets. When you cut yourself, the platelets stick to each other (clot) to seal the wound. Sometimes platelets stick to each other inside an artery - this is called a thrombus. A thrombus can block a blood vessel, and this is often the cause of a stroke or heart attack. This is more likely to happen if the walls of the arteries to your head or heart have areas which have become thickened with fat deposits. Aspirin reduces the stickiness of platelets, and this helps prevent the platelets from sticking to the inside of an artery and forming a thrombus. This reduces the risk of you having a heart attack or stroke. When aspirin is used in this way, it is often referred to as 'low-dose' aspirin. Each tablet contains 75 mg of aspirin. Low-dose aspirin can be recommended for people with heart or blood vessel disease, and for people who have had heart bypass surgery. Most people who have recently had a heart attack or stroke will also be advised to take daily low-dose aspirin to help to prevent it from happening again.

Your doctor may recommend you take a daily low dose of these tablets if you have had a stroke or a heart attack to help stop you having another one, or if you are at high risk of a heart attack then this dose may be recommended to you.

Active ingredient: Aspirin

Adults and children over the age of 16:
One 75mg tablet Once daily with food.

Do not give to children under the age of 16. There is a possible association between aspirin and Reye's syndrome when given to children, this is a very rare disease, which can be fatal.

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