when to use warfarin to prevent recurrent strokes

New research helps clarify when to use warfarin to prevent recurrent strokes.

We know that warfarin is more effective than aspirin for preventing stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation.

But surprisingly, warfarin is NOT better than aspirin for preventing recurrent stroke in patients WITHOUT atrial fib.

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