Aspirin vs Nitric Oxide for the Prevention of Blood Clots! Dan Hammer talks about the new medical controversy about the use of aspirin for the prevention of blood clots. And, how your body produces a gas in the blood steam called nitric oxide that naturally prevents blood clots but without the side effects associated with aspirin. The goal of this video is to help answer the question — Which is Better Aspirin or Nitric Oxide for the Prevention of Blood Clots? If you have any questions on this issue of aspirin vs nitric oxide for the prevention of blood clots.
“…300 mg or less of aspirin increase the risk of major stomach or brain bleeding by 55%…” Really? Shouldn’t that be “_up to_ 55%” ? Are we to expected to believe that ANY dose less than 300 mg is just (just in case) as dangerous? Where does it end? 1mg? This is silly. Either it’s being quoted incorrectly, or it’s a poorly controlled study.
I had an epistaxis after I took an aspirin while having high blood pressure (184/134/90). It is no fun
it is well known that arginine and citruline in combination with apropriate ratio can help with cardiovascular problems.but hier is the trick. in order to get any benefit from it you need to digest 30grams of arginine,which is unpolished, and not possible. unless you get it thru your veins by passing the digestive system.now this will be spam for sure.
Thank you for your reply!! I want to know which option is better to reduce the ischemia and prevent additional loss of neurologic function
An embolus to the middle cerebral artery of a 69 year old female results in a large recent infarction of a portion of the left cerebral hemisphere and is unable to move the right side of her body. In order to reduce the ischemia and prevent additional loss of neurologic function, a protocol is instituted that utilizes