Dezembro 2018 vol. 4 num. 1 - VI Congresso Médico Universitário São Camilo

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ASPIRINA NA PREVENÇÃO PRIMÁRIA DE EVENTOS CARDIOVASCULARES EM PACIENTES DIABÉTICOS: UMA REVISÃO

ASPIRINA NA PREVENÇÃO PRIMÁRIA DE EVENTOS CARDIOVASCULARES EM PACIENTES DIABÉTICOS: UMA REVISÃO

Cicchetto, C. A.; Arruda, C. R. C.; Meira, G. E.; Ramos, H. A.; Macêdo, T. A. de;

Oral:

O uso de aspirina na prevenção primária de eventos cardiovasculares ainda permanece controverso, principalmente quando se considera o aumento do risco de sangramento extracraniano, sobretudo gastrointestinal, associados ao seu uso. Em prevenção secundária, entretanto, o benefício da aspirina está bem estabelecido.

Oral:

O uso de aspirina na prevenção primária de eventos cardiovasculares ainda permanece controverso, principalmente quando se considera o aumento do risco de sangramento extracraniano, sobretudo gastrointestinal, associados ao seu uso. Em prevenção secundária, entretanto, o benefício da aspirina está bem estabelecido.

Palavras-chave: Aspirina; prevenção primária; doença cardiovascular,

Palavras-chave: Aspirina; prevenção primária; doença cardiovascular,

DOI: 10.5151/comusc2018-06

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Como citar:

Cicchetto, C. A.; Arruda, C. R. C.; Meira, G. E.; Ramos, H. A.; Macêdo, T. A. de; "ASPIRINA NA PREVENÇÃO PRIMÁRIA DE EVENTOS CARDIOVASCULARES EM PACIENTES DIABÉTICOS: UMA REVISÃO", p. 67-77 . In: Centro Universitário São Camilo. São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2357-7282, DOI 10.5151/comusc2018-06

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