bigger push to limit NSAIDs in heart attack patients INDEFINITELY

You'll see a bigger push to limit NSAIDs in heart attack patients INDEFINITELY...not just during the weeks following the attack.

We know that using NSAIDs soon after a heart attack is associated with more cardiovascular events. Now evidence suggests that this risk persists...even years after the heart attack.

Five years after a heart attack, there seem to be 19 more CV events for every 1000 patients on an NSAID...compared to non-NSAID users.

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