whether patients with chronic heart failure should take aspirin

Experts are still debating whether patients with chronic heart failure should take aspirin.

Most of these patients have underlying coronary artery disease...so you would expect them to benefit from aspirin to prevent MI and stroke.

But there are concerns that aspirin might exacerbate heart failure...or reduce the benefits of using an ACE inhibitor.

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