Diabetes: heart aspirin may improve the prognosis

The specialists of the Karolinska Institute in Sweden claim that the prophylactic use of a cardiac aspirin in high doses to patients with diabetes type 2 diabetes can improve the course of their illness and prognosis.

Today, patients with diabetes and ischemic heart disease recommend aspirin at a dose of 75 mg per day. This dose should protect the patient from adverse cardiac events. Properties of aspirin to improve blood rheology can be used not only for the prevention of coronary events, but also to improve impaired renal blood flow in patients with diabetes.

The study showed that heart aspirin really improves renal parameters, but in this effective dose is 75 mg 2 times a day.

This is a simple way to improve the condition of affected by diabetes kidney is of clinical interest and should be used in clinical practice.

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