Syed Abbas Raza, EASD 2018 – Latest advances in Aspirin use
Dr Raza discusses the current status of aspirin use and the latest clinical trial data.
1. What is the historic importance of aspirin use? (0:12)
2. What are the current practices and guidelines for aspirin use? (1:00)
3. What recent data have been presented in aspirin use? (1:50)
4. What should clinicians do in the future regarding the use of aspirin?(4:42)
5. What is the future of antiplatelet therapy? (5:58)
Speaker’s disclosures: Dr Raza has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Filmed at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) annual meeting, Berlin, Germany, 2018
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