Use of aspirin associates with longer primary patency of hemodialysis grafts.

@article{Dixon2011UseOA,
  title={Use of aspirin associates with longer primary patency of hemodialysis grafts.},
  author={B. Dixon and G. Beck and L. Dember and M. Vazquez and A. Greenberg and J. Delmez and M. Allon and J. Himmelfarb and B. Hu and T. Greene and M. Radeva and I. Davidson and T. A. Ikizler and G. Braden and J. Lawson and J. Cotton and J. Kusek and H. Feldman},
  journal={Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN},
  year={2011},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          773-81
        }
}
  • B. Dixon, G. Beck, +15 authors H. Feldman
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN
  • Extended-release dipyridamole plus low-dose aspirin (ERDP/ASA) prolongs primary unassisted graft patency of newly created hemodialysis arteriovenous grafts, but the individual contributions of each component are unknown. Here, we analyzed whether use of aspirin at baseline associated with primary unassisted graft patency among participants in a randomized trial that compared ERDP/ASA and placebo in newly created grafts. We used Cox proportional hazards regression, adjusting for prespecified… CONTINUE READING
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