whether it's okay to use aspirin to prevent thrombosis after hip or knee replacement surgery

You'll hear debate about whether it's okay to use aspirin to prevent thrombosis after hip or knee replacement surgery.

Over one million Americans have a hip or knee replacement each year.

Many orthopedic surgeons prefer using aspirin to prevent clots because it may cause less bleeding than heparins or other anticoagulants.

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