[Controversy on platelet-inhibiting drugs].

  • Oswald Oelz
  • Published 1985 in Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift


The only well established, clinically useful platelet inhibiting drug is aspirin, though the optimal dose is unknown. Experimental findings, the virtual absence of side effects and, so far, four clinical studies favour a dose of 100-300 mg per day. The majority of clinical studies, however, and particularly those involving patients with cerebrovascular… (More)


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