[Optimal platelet inhibition therapy in unstable angina pectoris and after coronary interventions].

@article{Niessner2001OptimalPI,
  title={[Optimal platelet inhibition therapy in unstable angina pectoris and after coronary interventions].},
  author={Alexander Niessner and H. Nie\ssner and Kurt Huber},
  journal={Herz},
  year={2001},
  volume={26 Suppl 1},
  pages={36-41}
}
ASPIRIN AND HEPARIN: In several studies aspirin has been found to be very effective in unstable angina pectoris reducing fatal and non-fatal myocardial infarction by 50-70%. Unfortunately the optimal dose of aspirin is still an open question. Whereas heparin alone shows only a weak effectiveness the combination of aspirin and heparin is superior to aspirin alone and is still the basis of antithrombotic therapy in unstable angina. TICLOPIDINE AND CLOPIDOGREL: Experience with thienopyridine… CONTINUE READING