For Men under the Age of 60 (P) Does the Daily Use of
Compared to Not Using Aspirin(C)
Reduce the Risk of Stroke (O) – PICO Assessment
The following literature review provides information on research about male patients 60 years of age and younger and the efficacy of use of 81 Mg of aspirin as a primary or secondary supplement as a blood thinner in reducing the risk of stroke according to the PICO Assessment instrument. Research of the use of the aspirin treatment compared to patients at risk of stroke not using it according to the following literature review determined its efficacy was aligned to variables according to Continue reading...