Aspirin is in, anticoagulants are out for acute ISCHEMIC stroke

Aspirin is in, anticoagulants are out for acute ISCHEMIC stroke.

Experts now recommend that most patients get 160 to 325 mg of aspirin within 48 hours after having an ischemic stroke.

Unfractionated and low-molecular-weight heparins DON'T reduce stroke-related mortality or disability like aspirin does.

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